Saturday, December 20, 2014

Cut by Sixers, Khalif Wyatt looking for other means of income

Former Temple star Khalif Wyatt's story this preseason was fun - he was a Temple grad, a local boy, his hometown team was bringing him up to play profesionally, weeeee - but then the rebuilding Sixers decided he wasn't the best fit, and had to let him go.

Cut by Sixers, Khalif Wyatt looking for other means of income

Former Temple star Khalif Wyatt's story this preseason was fun - he was a Temple grad, a local boy, his hometown team was bringing him up to play profesionally, weeeee - but then the rebuilding Sixers decided he wasn't the best fit, and had to let him go.

Wyatt seemed to take the move in stride, and has moved onto other (potentially better) things.

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