Meet the 76ers

From post-playing brusiers to running young guns meet the 2008-2009 Philadelphia 76ers.

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With the signing of Power Forward Elton Brand, a two-time All Star, the Sixers solidified the middle and suddenly entered the conversation for being an elite team in the Eastern Conference.
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F/G Andre Iguodala led the Sixers last season with nearly 20 points per game and more than two steals per game.
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Point guard Andre Miller directs the Sixers running offense and led the team with nearly seven assists per game last season.
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Center Samuel Dalembert is a double-double machine averaging more than 10 points and 10 rebounds while playing all 82 games for the 2006-2007 Sixers. He is starting at center again this season.
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14-year NBA veteran forward Donyell Marshall has added experience and a great shooting touch in his first season with the 76ers.
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"Sweet" Lou Williams is back at guard for the 76ers after a 2006-2007 campaign where he averaged 11.5 points and 3.2 assists per game.
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Shooting guard Kareem Rush is playing his first season with the Sixers, bringing a shooter's touch from beyond the arc to the Wachovia Center.
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Not all the newcomers are new to the 76ers, center Theo Ratliff is back -- bringing his defensive presence to the Sixers for a second tour of duty.
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Power forward Jason Smith will spend the 2007-2008 season on the injured reserve list after undergoing knee surgery -- a tough setback after a promising rookie season.
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Power forward/center Marreese Speights is the only rookie on the Sixers roster after being drafted out of Florida.
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Guard Willie Green is in his sixth Sixers season. He averaged more than 12 points per game last season.
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Second-year forward Thaddeus Young shot better than 50-percent from the floor last season and is becoming even more of a threat.
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Power forward Reggie Evans let his presence be known in the paint averaging more than seven rebounds per game last season. He continues to put in some bruiser minutes down low this season.
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Guard Royal Ivey has been supplying some scoring ability off the bench.
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