Sixers rookie Arnett Moultrie might get more minutes in Thad Young absence. He's 'excited' for chance, understands role will be to rebound.
Moultrie, a 6-11 250 pound power forward, was the 27th player selected in the 2012 draft. After a couple years at UTEP, Moultrie played one season at Mississippi State, before declaring for the NBA draft. Moultrie led the SEC in rebounding averaging about 11 rebounds a game and was second in the SEC in scoring averaging about 16 points per game. Moultrie has a high motor, is very athletic, and versatile player who attacks the boards and can score facing the basket. Given the opportunity that presents him, while Thaddeus Young is out, Moultrie could provide some production in points and rebounds, but that is most likely the extent of what categories he will fill in Fantasy.
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