On Monday, the Sixers completed another trade with another Atlantic Division rival, sending Arnett Moultrie to the Knicks for Travis Outlaw, a future second round pick, and the rights to swap another future second rounder. Philly is expected to cut Outlaw as well as the Sixers and their cap room continue to act as a dumping ground for the NBA's unwanted contracts. Moultrie's tenure with the Sixers was shaky at best. He had problems staying healthy and in shape and was expected to make an impact last season but only played in 12 games and averaged 3.0 ppg and 2.9 rpg.
In some positive injury news, Michael Carter-Williams expects to be healthy enough to return November 13th from his offseason shoulder surgery. It was reported that the reigning rookie of the year may not have been able to return until early 2015, but it looks as though fans will get to witness Noel and MCW play together in 2014. Hopefully. Expect Wroten and Kj McDaniels to see even more playing time while Carter-Williams is out.
The Sixers open the regular season against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday. Here's to another losing season.