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Arnett Moultrie | Center/Forward

Team: Philadelphia 76ers
Age / DOB:  (23) / 11/18/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'10' / 245
College: Mississippi State
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76ers big man Arnett Moultrie understands how much is at stake for him in 2014-15, his third NBA season.
Moultrie served a five-game suspension last season for repeatedly failing the NBA's anti-drug policies, and he's been out of shape for most of his brief NBA career. Sixers GM Sam Hinkie said Moultrie has been working out "really hard" in Philadelphia, and the team's shallow frontcourt puts him in position to earn minutes if he stays focused and fit. Aug 27 - 12:02 PM

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Arnett Moultrie has rejoined the 76ers after serving a five-game suspension for violating the NBA's anti-drug policy, and he called the suspension his "wake-up call."

Moultrie was recovering from ankle surgery to start the season, but he gained weight during his rehab and wasn't in playing condition upon his return. Sixers coach Brett Brown resisted playing him and Moultrie even spent some time in the D-League prior to his suspension, so his season couldn't have gone much worse. Brown summed up the situation, saying, "If Arnett takes things extremely serious, if Arnett understands what it really, really takes to cultivate his obvious skills, then, yes, he can [make it in the league]."
Apr 15 - 2:57 PM

76ers forward Arnett Moultrie has been suspended five games for violations of the NBA's drug policy.

The five-game suspension is consistent with the league's marijuana program, and it means that Moultrie has tested positive three different times. Former Sixers coach Doug Collins was never a fan of Moultrie's work ethic and he's only appeared in 12 games under coach Brett Brown this season. There's no reason to think he'll break out next season, though the rebuilding Sixers do owe him a guaranteed $1.1 million.
Mar 31 - 11:26 AM

Arnett Moultrie is listed as an inactive for Friday's game vs. the Pacers and will be sent to the D-League.

Well, someone is back in coach Brett Brown's doghouse. Moultrie is probably more suited for playing halfcourt ball and he should not be owned in any leagues right now.
Mar 14 - 7:10 PM

Arnett Moultrie will move to the bench on Wednesday.

He looked horrible in the starting lineup on Monday night and it's become obvious he cannot play big minutes. Moultrie's per-minute averages aren't great, so this news of him moving to the bench certainly puts him on the chopping block in several formats.
Feb 26 - 6:17 PM

Arnett Moultrie started at center in Monday's blowout loss to the lowly Bucks, scoring six points on 2-of-6 shooting with eight rebounds, one steal and one block in 28 minutes.

Moultrie is a work in progress for conditioning and experience reasons but it's clear the Sixers want him at the front of the line for minutes, at least for right now. Brett Brown said after the game that nobody is safe and that changes could be regular, but for now he's worth a risky speculative add in standard leagues for the system he plays in.
Feb 24 - 10:56 PM

Arnett Moultrie is likely to earn another start at center vs. the Bucks on Monday.

76ers big men Byron Mullens and Henry Sims have practiced with their new team twice since the trade deadline, and coach Brett Brown "didn't sound inclined to consider either as starting center material [for Monday's game]." Brown challenged Moultrie to improve his conditioning and become a relentless pick-and-roll option, rather than settling for jumpers, and standard-league fantasy owners should probably avoid him unless his minutes rise closer to 30 per game.
Source: Delco Times
Feb 24 - 11:35 AM

Arnett Moultrie scored six points with five boards, two assists and two steals in 31 minutes against the Mavericks on Friday.

His conditioning issues were obvious tonight and he looked gassed at the end of the first quarter. Moultrie couldn't get himself involved on the offensive end because he looked so tired and only attempted five shots. If tonight is any indication, he's going to have a tough time getting more than 24 minutes per game once Byron Mullens and Henry Sims arrive. He's still worth a look in 14-team leagues.
Feb 21 - 10:16 PM

Michael Carter-Williams, Elliot Williams, James Anderson, Thaddeus Young and Arnett Moultrie are expected to start against the Mavericks on Friday.

The team will have Tony Wroten, Lorenzo Brown and Hollis Thompson come off the bench. Moultrie should be extremely busy tonight and we're going to find out quickly what kind of minutes he's capable of playing after he was in coach Brett Brown's doghouse for conditioning. He's worth a look in most leagues for his upside and it's worth mentioning he finished strong in 2012-13.
Feb 21 - 5:40 PM

Arnett Moultrie is expected to see a significant bump in minutes following Thursday's deadline.

The Sixers traded away Spencer Hawes and Lavoy Allen on Thursday to open up some major playing time. Excluding those two players, Moultrie played just about every minute at center over the last four games. He's dealt with some conditioning concerns and even went down to the D-League because of it, but he is looking like the favorite to start at center. He's worth a look in some deeper formats until things become less murky.
Feb 20 - 4:24 PM

Arnett Moultrie is expected to get more playing time with Thursday's trade of Spencer Hawes.

He was in coach Brett Brown's doghouse even after he was deemed healthy from ankle surgery over the summer, but he's been in the rotation for his last four games as Hawes' primary backup. In that span, Moultrie averaged 2.0 points, 3.0 boards, 0.5 blocks and 0.8 steals. He had a strong run to close out his 2012-13 season and Lavoy Allen is a bit boring, so he offers a bit of upside.
Feb 20 - 11:37 AM

76ers big man Arnett Moultrie made his season debut on Sunday, going scoreless on 0-of-3 shooting with two rebounds, three steals and one block in 16 minutes.

Moultrie is coming off ankle surgery and the Sixers delayed his debut due to concerns about his conditioning, so it may take him a while to get up to full speed. He had intriguing per-minute stats in a limited sample size last season, but belongs on the waiver wire unless Thaddeus Young is traded and/or coach Brett Brown decides to unleash Moultrie.
Feb 10 - 12:14 AM

Arnett Moultrie has rejoined the Sixers and is expected to play against the Clippers on Sunday night.

The team sent him down to the D-League for what is believed to be conditioning issues. Moultrie had a nice finish to last season and had some buzz over the summer, but he's lost quite a bit of steam due to his ankle injury. We'll let you know how he does tonight.
Feb 9 - 2:36 PM

Coach Brett Brown said on Wednesday that Arnett Moultrie's trip to the D-League was planned before his comments from Monday.

Moultrie said he was "sick of the excuses" of not playing and the Sixers sent him down on Tuesday. Brown added he'll keep Moultrie in the D-League for "as long as it takes" to get him to reach his fitness standards. Moultrie has no fantasy value, but will be on the radar in deep leagues once he's back with the team.
Feb 5 - 5:43 PM

Arnett Moultrie has been assigned to the 76ers' D-League affiliate.

Moultrie said on Monday that he was "sick of all the excuses" about his delayed return to action for Philadelphia, so his timing of his assignment to the 87ers is a bit curious. We'll keep an eye on him but there are no indications that he's on the verge of a significant role with the Sixers.
Feb 4 - 4:20 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PG1Michael Carter-Williams
2Casper Ware
3Pierre Jackson
SG1Tony Wroten
2K.J. McDaniels
3Elliot Williams
4Alexey Shved
5Jordan McRae
SF1Hollis Thompson
2Luc Mbah a Moute
3Jason Richardson
4Ronald Roberts Jr.
PF1Nerlens Noel
2Brandon Davies
3Jerami Grant
4Arsalan Kazemi
5Jarvis Varnado
C1Henry Sims
2Arnett Moultrie
3Joel Embiid
4Hasheem Thabeet