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76ers invite Christmas to camp

The 76ers have invited former Temple star Dionte Christmas to training camp, which opens at the end of this month at St. Joe's. Christmas, who went undrafted in the 2009 NBA Draft, played with the Sixers/Nets combo team at the Orlando Summer League in early July.

76ers invite Christmas to camp

The 76ers have invited former Temple star Dionte Christmas to training camp, which opens at the end of this month at St. Joe's. Christmas, who went undrafted in the 2009 NBA Draft, played with the Sixers/Nets combo team at the Orlando Summer League in early July.

Sixers General Manager Ed Stefanski said it looked like Christmas would accept the offer to come to the Sixers training camp. Stefanski said the team will officially add a few more guys to the camp roster by the beginning of next week.

--Kate

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