Sixers Rookie Amazes in NBA Debut

Michael Carter-Williams made his NBA debut as a Philadelphia 76er on October 30, 2013 in a game vs. the Miami Heat.

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NBA rookie Michael Carter-Williams made his NBA debut as a 76er in the team's home opener against the Miami Heat on October 30, 2013. The 22 year-old impressed the crowd and scored the team's first points.
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The Sixers beat the Heat 114-110. Pictured: He passes the ball with Heat forward Rashard Lewis #9 and guard Norris Cole #30 defending.
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Carter-Williams poses for a photo with NBA Commissioner David Stern after he was drafted #11 overall in the first round of the 2013 NBA Draft. He was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers at Barclays Center on June 27, 2013 in New York City.
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Carter-Williams (C) and Thaddeus Young (L) vie with Oklahoma City Thunder's Steven Adams (R) during an NBA preseason game on October 8.
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Carter-Williams transferred to St. Andrew's, a boarding school in Rhode Island, for his last three years of high school. He committed to Syracuse as a sophomore in high school.
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Carter-Williams left Syracuse University after two years to enter the NBA.
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The 6 foot 6 inch player was born and raised in Hamilton, Mass.
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