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November 1, 2008 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In the visitors' locker room at the Wachovia Center, while his teammates pulled on their uniforms, Stephon Marbury, in black Converse and jeans, typed on his BlackBerry. From 2004-07, Marbury, the face of a failing New York Knicks franchise, started every game he played. Last night, coach Mike D'Antoni, who is in his first season with the Knicks, placed the 31-year-old Marbury on the inactive list for their game against the 76ers. In New York's first game, a 120-115 win over the Heat on Wednesday, Marbury was active but did not play.
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December 11, 2006 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The likelihood that Allen Iverson has played his final game in a 76ers uniform grows stronger every day. The Sixers announced yesterday that Iverson, who did not play in either Friday night's home game against Washington or Saturday night's contest at Orlando, "will remain on the inactive list until further notice. " Sixers spokesman Michael Preston said the determination to keep Iverson on the inactive list "was an organizational decision and not in any way disciplinary. " The Sixers' president and general manager, Billy King, was not available for comment.
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December 4, 2010
76ers Notes ATLANTA - A month ago, 76ers guard Jodie Meeks was on the team's inactive list. On Friday night against the Atlanta Hawks, Meeks was in the team's starting lineup. It's been a quick trip from one end of the bench to the other for the second-year guard from the University of Kentucky. "It's what you work hard for," the 23-year-old Meeks said before Friday's game. "The beginning of the season, I wasn't playing, but I just kept my mind focused and stayed working hard and ready for my opportunity.
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November 3, 2010
76ers Notes WASHINGTON - Technically, a new chapter of Thaddeus Young's career began Tuesday night against the Washington Wizards. Young, who did not sign a contract extension with the 76ers by Monday's 5 p.m. deadline, could become a restricted free agent as of July 1, 2011. Previously secure in his contract situation with the Sixers, Young now must consider how each performance affects his situation in the future. "I know at the end of the day these guys all want playing time so they can play well," said Sixers coach Doug Collins . "And the better they play, the more money they can make.
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October 21, 2008 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The 76ers waived former Temple player Antywane Robinson yesterday to trim their roster to 15. General manager Ed Stefanski signed the 6-foot-8 forward before training camp, and Robinson appeared in three preseason games, totaling 15 minutes of playing time. The Sixers have 14 guaranteed contracts, including that of center Jason Smith, who will spend the season on the inactive list after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. The 15th roster spot is being held by center Jared Reiner, whom the Sixers also signed in the week before camp.
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May 25, 1988 | Daily News Wire Services
The NFL Competition Committee will recommend that owners approve a 45-man roster and five-player inactive list for the 1988 season, it was decided during its meeting yesterday in Miami Beach, Fla. A decision from owners could come as early as today when representatives of the 28 NFL teams gather for the league's annual spring meeting. The NFL began the 1987 season with a 45-man roster, but owners expanded the limit to 50 by adding a five-man inactive list to help teams in the aftermath of the players' strike.
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August 9, 1994 | By Dominic Sama, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Former State Rep. Stephen Freind is among 10 lawyers from Delaware County who have been placed on the inactive list and prohibited from practicing law for failure to take required educational refresher courses. They were placed on the list by the Continuing Legal Education Board of the state Supreme Court, spokeswoman Stephanie A. DiVittore said yesterday. Freind, of Havertown, was on the road yesterday and could not be reached for comment. He works in sales and marketing for Henkels & McCoy Inc., an engineering and construction company based in Blue Bell.
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October 28, 2010
76ers Notes All preseason, the 76ers' starting lineup had been in flux. Sixers coach Doug Collins had three players - point guard Jrue Holiday, swingman Andre Iguodala, and power forward Elton Brand - locked into his lineup, but the complementary pieces to that core were a constant trial and error. On Wednesday night against the Miami Heat, hardly a team to experiment with, Collins sent forth a group of starters that included forward Jason Kapono and center Spencer Hawes . At least on this night, that seemed like Collins' best group.
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April 21, 2009 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In the third quarter of Sunday's game, Magic center Dwight Howard said, 76ers center Samuel Dalembert inadvertently scratched him in the eyes while reaching for a loose ball. Howard, who said he was feeling a "pulsating" sensation in his eyes, said yesterday he was going to have the injury examined by a doctor. Howard assured the injury would not keep him out of tomorrow's Game 2. Amazing Donyell Donyell Marshall, who appeared in less than a third of the Sixers' regular-season games, has made a habit of delivering big-time three-pointers.
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November 30, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
The New York Knicks' brief winning streak is history, and the Boston Celtics nearly made history ending it. The Celtics cruised to one of the easiest victories ever last night, beating visiting New York, 104-59, to send the Knicks to their third-worst loss and their second-worst scoring performance of the shot-clock era, which began in 1954. The Knicks' lowest point total ever was 58 against Utah, on Dec. 15, 2000. "Of course I am embarrassed. We lost by nearly 50 points," Knicks guard Stephon Marbury said.
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February 12, 2011
76ers Notes As if the most obvious number of all, team record, wasn't daunting enough for the 76ers heading into Friday night's game against the San Antonio Spurs, even more eye-popping numbers were available the deeper you dug. San Antonio, the NBA's best team, entered the game with a 44-8 record. The 76ers, an improving team, were 24-28. Earlier in the season, on Nov. 13, the Spurs defeated the Sixers, 116-93. That game was never close. Since then, the Spurs have separated themselves as the front-runners for the NBA title: Every team in the history of the league that has started 44-8 or better has won the championship.
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February 7, 2011
76ers Notes NEW YORK - The 76ers' back-to-back games against the New York Knicks were not particularly kind to point guard Jrue Holiday . In Sunday afternoon's 117-103 loss to the Knicks, Holiday finished the game 1 for 8 from the floor with two points, four assists, and four turnovers. In Friday night's 100-98 victory over the Knicks, a game in which he did not play down the stretch, Holiday finished 2 for 8 from the floor with six points, three assists, and two turnovers.
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January 1, 2011
Sixers Notes LOS ANGELES - The 76ers will get a chance to see who they are without Andre Iguodala . On Friday, the Sixers said that the swingman will be sidelined for five games and will not see on-court activity until Jan. 10. Iguodala was on the inactive list for Friday night's game against the Los Angeles Lakers, missing his third consecutive game. Iguodala, who is averaging 14.2 points per game and has been the face of the franchise for the last three seasons, has missed about a third of this season with right Achilles tendinitis.
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December 20, 2010 | By RICH HOFMANN, hofmanr@phillynews.com
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The halftime score was every bit as bad as Giants 24, Eagles 3 would suggest. The game of the year seemed to be over before it started. And while speechifying can be overrated in sports, more about story line than about reality, someone felt the need to get up and say something. It was Asante Samuel, playing in his first game in a month after suffering a sprained knee. "Everybody, come show your heart," is what he remembers saying. "Let your heart show this second half.
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December 13, 2010
76ers Notes After Sunday's 88-70 win over the New Orleans Hornets, 76ers coach Doug Collins praised the effort of Andre Iguodala , not just for 16 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists, but for his recent performance. "I think Andre is just starting to really hit his stride," Collins said. Iguodala is still not 100 percent healthy. He has missed five games with tendinitis in his right Achilles, and he said he tweaked the injury last week. "I am still struggling with it a little bit," Iguodala said.
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December 4, 2010
76ers Notes ATLANTA - A month ago, 76ers guard Jodie Meeks was on the team's inactive list. On Friday night against the Atlanta Hawks, Meeks was in the team's starting lineup. It's been a quick trip from one end of the bench to the other for the second-year guard from the University of Kentucky. "It's what you work hard for," the 23-year-old Meeks said before Friday's game. "The beginning of the season, I wasn't playing, but I just kept my mind focused and stayed working hard and ready for my opportunity.
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November 28, 2010
76ers Notes The 76ers' game against the visiting New Jersey Nets on Saturday was their fourth in five nights, including a 99-90 loss at Miami on Friday that was the team's third straight. "You as a coach, you always worry about that," Sixers coach Doug Collins said about playing frequently and not tasting success. "When you wake up and you're tired, you hope the guys feel better than I do right now. "I think our guys are pretty resilient. And I hope that I try to give them that mentality.
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November 17, 2010
76ers Notes CLEVELAND - On Tuesday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers, for the third time in five games, 76ers swingman Andre Iguodala did not play. After playing in 252 consecutive games, a streak running from the end of the 2006-07 season until last week, Iguodala has been hampered this season by a wrist injury and tendinitis in his right Achilles, the latter of which kept him out of Tuesday night's lineup. Before the game, Sixers coach Doug Collins said Iguodala "hasn't felt right all year," and that "nobody knows their body like the player.
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November 8, 2010
76ers Notes NEW YORK - Swingman Andre Iguodala spent Sunday afternoon's game against the New York Knicks looking at the stat sheet, offering encouragement, and cheering during the 76ers' 106-96 victory at Madison Square Garden. He didn't play for the first time since the 2006-07 season finale, ending his games-played streak at 252. Iguodala, battling tendinitis in his right Achilles tendon, is listed as day-to-day. Starting in his place, rookie Evan Turner finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds in 35 minutes, 17 seconds.
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November 3, 2010
76ers Notes WASHINGTON - Technically, a new chapter of Thaddeus Young's career began Tuesday night against the Washington Wizards. Young, who did not sign a contract extension with the 76ers by Monday's 5 p.m. deadline, could become a restricted free agent as of July 1, 2011. Previously secure in his contract situation with the Sixers, Young now must consider how each performance affects his situation in the future. "I know at the end of the day these guys all want playing time so they can play well," said Sixers coach Doug Collins . "And the better they play, the more money they can make.
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