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Philadelphia 76ers Cut Ribbon on New Jersey Facility, 'Best' in NBA

Officials cut the ribbon on the Philadelphia 76ers new training facility Friday morning. Camden Mayor Dana Red commended the team for providing opportunities to the city, where the new complex was built. (Published Friday, Sept. 23, 2016)

The Philadelphia 76ers unveiled their new Camden training complex Friday morning, with team Managing Owner Josh Harris calling it "the best in all professional sports."

The 125,000-square-foot training complex along Camden's waterfront is the largest in the National Basketball Association.

"We have a created a facility that meets and exceeds the needs of today's athlete," said David Blitzer, the team's co-managing owner. "We feel like we are at the very start of something great here."

The complex features two buildings: one for training and practice and the other, not yet completed, for the team's front office and business operations. Read more on PBJ.com.


 

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