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News » Dalembert watches teammates in Orlando Summer League

Dalembert watches teammates in Orlando Summer League

Dalembert watches teammates in Orlando Summer League
Samuel Dalembert, seemingly paying little attention to the various rumors and speculation that he might be traded, showed up at the Orlando Summer Pro League yesterday and said he would be back today to watch the 76ers /New Jersey Nets joint squad in its finale against the Boston Celtics.

"I'm a Sixer until the day I'm not," Dalembert said in a telephone conversation with the Daily News .

He said he came, in part, to congratulate Eddie Jordan on becoming the Sixers coach and to meet with him.

"I think we had a great talk," Dalembert said. "We went over a lot of things. I also came to see [teammate] Marreese Speights, because I had told him I wanted to see him kill people in the summer league."

Dalembert arrived toward the end of a 83-62 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, a game in which both Speights and Dionte Christmas scored 10 points. Terrence Williams, the Nets' first-round draft choice, had 14.

Russell Westbrook had 19 points and nine assists for the Thunder, while Byron (previously known as B.J.) Mullens had 18 and James Harden added 15.

Speights is averaging 14.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.8 blocks for the 0-4 squad. Jrue Holiday, the Sixers' first-round pick, is averaging 8.8 points, 3.3 rebounds, 12.8 assists and 1.8 steals. *

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Added: July 10, 2009


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