After a short stint with the Delaware 87ers, Brett Brown is deciding to let Arnett Moultrie join the team tonight vs the Clippers. Moultire averaged 13.7 points in his three game with the Sevens. I’m sure more people will be watching for the return of Chris Paul, instead of Arnett Moultire.
— Keith Pompey (@PompeyOnSixers) February 9, 2014
It appears we are done with the Andrew Bynum treatment we have received from Moultrie — he was two weeks away for two months.
Let’s all take this time to join each other in solace in remembering that the Sixers gave up a lottery protected (top-20) pick for Arnett Moultire in the 2012 draft. That pick is now with Boston and will be gone if the Sixers make the playoffs this, or next season. If the Sixers make the playoffs next season and Arnett Moultrie is still worthless at least we can blame Doug Collins for something else.
The Sixers are lacking depth in the front court in the worst way right now, so this is a positive thing. For some reason, Doug Collins refused to play Arnett Moultrie last year — which I’m sure hampered his development. To be honest, Moultire did look decent when he played last season. He brought energy and crashed the boards relentlessly. I’m sure he can do more than Lavoy Allen has done in a Sixers uniform. Here’s one for you, Arnett.
Together we build, right?