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July 10, 2014 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
ORLANDO - This is the NBA's silly season, when trade rumors fly. As expected, 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie is the most popular guy at the Orlando Pro Summer League. That's what happens when your club is $30 million under the salary cap and teams looking to shed salaries are lining up to make trade offers. "This time of year, there are way more [offers] leaked than real, and way more postured by one team or another than there's any legs to," Hinkie said Tuesday before the Sixers' 92-71 victory over the Houston Rockets at the Amway Center practice court.
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January 23, 2016 | By Keith Pompey, Staff Writer
ORLANDO - Ish Smith is doing his best to avoid taking credit for the 76ers improved play. The team's recent success, however, suggests otherwise. The Sixers were 1-30 without the point guard. They are 5-8 in games following his reacquisition in a trade from the New Orleans Pelicans on Dec. 24. But . . . "It is not me," Smith said following Wednesday's 96-87 victory over the Orlando Magic at Amway Center. "I was so happy to be back with the guys and the team. I feel like that last 10 games, I built a relationship with the guys.
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April 11, 2011
A late interception by defensive lineman Paul Griffin led to the game-winning drive that gave the host Orlando Predators a 53-46 victory over the Soul in front of 11,789 fans Saturday night at the Amway Center. The Soul (1-3), on a three-game losing streak, was outscored, 35-19, in the second half. "We continue to make the same mistakes and turn the ball over," Soul coach Mike Hohensee said. "You are not going to win the close games when you continue to give the other team the opportunity to come back.
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July 11, 2012 | By Brendan Sonnone, For The Inquirer
ORLANDO - The 76ers began the five-day, five-game Orlando Summer League with a 69-63 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Monday night at the Amway Center. In typical summer-league fashion, both squads were sloppy from the onset and neither team developed any type of offensive rhythm. Rookie guard Jacob Pullen scored 15 points - including eight in the final 2 minutes, 5 seconds - and led a shortened Sixers rotation that used only nine players. "We just wanted to get a look at a handful of guys tonight," said Aaron McKie, the Sixers' assistant coach and summer-league head coach.
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March 3, 2014 | BY BOB COONEY, Daily News Staff Writercooneyb@phillynews.com
Perhaps it was the fact that the team was staying an extra night in warm central Florida. Maybe they wanted to get to the hotel to watch the Oscars. Whatever the case, the 76ers showed an amount of energy last night against the Orlando Magic that hasn't been around in quite some time. But it wasn't enough, and thoughts of erasing a long losing streak flew away like one of the 19 turnovers the team committed on the evening as they dropped a 92-81 decision to the Orlando Magic at the Amway Center.
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July 12, 2012 | By Brendan Sonnone, For The Inquirer
ORLANDO - The shorthanded 76ers won their first game in the Orlando Pro Summer League on Wednesday, defeating the Brooklyn Nets, 79-71, at the Amway Center. The Sixers fell behind, 16-4, to start the game. But point guard Zack Rosen and forward Devin Searcy came off the bench to provide a spark with their hustle and savvy play. With the backups on the floor, the Sixers (1-2) took a 17-16 lead. The game remained close until the Sixers pulled away in the fourth quarter after a flurry of assists by Rosen.
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March 1, 2014 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
The 76ers might not win another game this season. Their trade-deadline overhaul, combined with a challenging schedule, makes it hard to find games they would be favored to win. Thirteen of their remaining 24 games are against teams that would be in the playoffs if the season had concluded Wednesday. Five other games come against teams - the Memphis Grizzlies (twice), New York Knicks (twice), and Detroit Pistons - that could still make a playoff push. On paper, the Sixers' best opportunities are against the Orlando Magic and the Boston Celtics.
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March 4, 2014 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
ORLANDO - At this point, Michael Carter-Williams is the overwhelming favorite to win rookie of the year. But that doesn't mean 76ers coach Brett Brown wants his point guard thinking about it. Brown would rather have the 6-foot-6 rookie focus on a team concept as opposed to playing for an individual award. "It crosses my mind all the time - so much so that he and I talk about it all the time," Brown said before Sunday's game against the Orlando Magic at the Amway Center. "He's got to run our team.
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August 17, 2013 | By Dan Ryan, For The Inquirer
ORLANDO - The player-coach relationship started in a glorified rodeo pit adjacent to a goat-herding facility in a small West Texas town and has continued through two stops in the Arena Football League. Derrick Ross appreciates it because, once again, he has a chance for a championship. And he is grateful for Clint Dolezel's mentorship. "I could go on and on about Coach," Ross said. "He's believed in me. He's turned a nothing into a something. " The Soul running back's sojourn through professional football has been right alongside Dolezel on three teams - the San Angelo Stampede of the Lone Star Football League as well as the Dallas Vigilantes and the Soul in the Arena League.
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March 11, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, STAFF WRITER
Thursday through Sunday, Amway Center, Orlando. Seedings in parentheses. Defending champion: SMU Thursday, first round (8) East Carolina vs. (9) South Florida, 3:30 p.m. (ESPNU) (7) Central Florida vs. (10) Tulane, 6 p.m. (ESPNews). Friday, quarterfinals (1)Temple vs. ECU-USF winner, noon (ESPN2). (4) Cincinnati vs. (5) Connecticut, 2 p.m. (ESPN2). (2) Houston vs. UCF-Tulane winner, 7 p.m. (ESPNU). (3) Tulsa vs. (6) Memphis, 9 p.m. (ESPNU)
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