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News » Philadelphia 76ers Roster Report 2009-11-21

Philadelphia 76ers Roster Report 2009-11-21

Philadelphia 76ers Roster Report 2009-11-21ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Lou Williams, Shooting guard Andre Iguodala, Small forward Thaddeus Young, Power forward Elton Brand, Center Samuel Dalembert. Bench -- Guard Willie Green, Forward/center Jason Smith, Guard Jrue Holiday, Center Primoz Brezec, Guard/forward Rodney Carney, Forward Jason Kapono.


--C Samuel Dalembert followed a no-point, two-rebound, no-block, 14-minute performance against Charlotte with four points, five rebounds and no blocks in 21 minutes vs. Memphis. He didn't play in the fourth quarter in either game.

--G/F Rodney Carney had as many defensive rebounds (seven) in the win over the Bobcats as he had all season. He only grabbed one in 22 minutes Friday against the Grizzlies.

--C Primoz Brezec made his Sixers' debut vs. Memphis. He went 0-for-3, missing all three shots from two feet or closer, with two rebounds in four second-quarter minutes.


--F/C Marreese Speights, the Sixers' top bench player, suffered a partially torn MCL in the fourth quarter of Saturday's loss to the Bulls. He is expected to be out six to eight weeks.

--F Jason Kapono sprained his left ankle in the fourth quarter of Friday's loss to Memphis. He's listed as questionable for Saturday's game in Cleveland.

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Added: November 21, 2009


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