April 30th, 2010 admin

–Don’t expect the Sixers to use the mid-level exception for the second straight year. With nearly $66 million committed to 11 players next season, not counting the team’s lottery pick, the Sixers are already in luxury-tax territory. They’ll have to make trades in order to re-shape the roster.
–Sixers head coach Eddie Jordan after the season-ending 125-111 road loss to the Magic: “Certainly, I will be judged on the record. The season’s successful only in terms of getting through 82 games with a work ethic and a lot of growth. We tried to be good.
“I don’t know what the future holds. I don’t know anything about a time frame (for deciding if he’ll stay).”
QUOTE TO NOTE: “Camaraderie- and chemistry-wise, we just haven’t found our flow — whether we’re playing a big lineup or a small lineup. We don’t have anything to fall back on. Are we a scoring team or more of a half-court team? Are we a fast-breaking team or more of a trapping, attacking team?” — F Jason Kapono, on the Sixers’ season-long search for an identity.

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