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In 1986, Harold Katz Sank the Sixers. They Still Haven’t Recovered.
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But we did think about it. We made some phone calls. And everything we heard about Hinson was all positive. The Sixers front office was obviously in a bubble. Everyone in Philadelphia knew instantly that these deals were disastrous. How can you trade an all-star for Jeff Ruland? In that same article, Moses showed that he was indeed a prophet. I brought them a championship.

He should have had enough respect to call me and ask if I wanted to be traded. When Charles Barkley gets to be about my age. Of course, Moses was off by one year. The Wilt trade was pretty terrible too. As for this deal, everything about it was disastrous.

He took a 5 year sabbatical, then came back to play 13 ineffective games for the team in Roy Hinson never meshed with the Sixers, lasting a disappointing season and a half before being dealt, while Brad Daugherty became the Cavs all time leading scorer and rebounder.

The team that had won two or more playoffs series 5 of the 7 years before the Moses trade has won 2 or more playoff series once in the 25 years since the trade.

Harold Katz would remain owner long enough to make the Barkley trade, and also to draft Shawn Bradley, Clarence Witherspoon, and Sharone Wright with top 10 picks.

But despite all of the disastrous decisions he made over the years, none compares to that day in June of when he took a flamethrower to a dynasty. Much like many others who remember this trade you made it sound better than it really was.

Often people describe it as the 76ers traded Moses and Catledge a decent player himself and got Ruland, Robinson and 2 first round picks. The 76ers felt they were ripping off the Bullets so badly, they felt the need to throw in 2 future first round picks! Their opponents would have been lucky to get ten rebounds a game. Your email address will not be published. Courtesy of the Temple University Library, here are scale models of the Vet, presented to the Mayor in… [more].

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Philly Sports History "The only thing new in this world is the history that you don't know. This Day in Philadelphia Sports History: In , Harold Katz Sank the Sixers.

June 22, Author: Katz has been instrumental in the growth of basketball worldwide. He continued to operate the club as a successful business until April , when the team was sold to Comcast Corporation. Katz has also been active in the real estate, banking and nursing home businesses for the last 30 years. Active in community affairs, Mr. He has also served as Annual Chairman for various fund raising drives, including the Fellowship Commission of Philadelphia and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Prior to joining H. Katz Capital Group Mr. His practice included counseling a diverse client base consisting of businesses of every size and at every stage of growth with respect to mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, financings and other significant business activities.

He also spent substantial time planning and reviewing the tax implications of transactions. Siegel has also been a lecturer in accounting at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, worked as a Attorney-Advisor to the Honorable Arnold Raum of the United States Tax Court, and prior to attending law school, worked for a short time for the national accounting firm of Coopers and Lybrand in its Philadelphia tax department.

He was responsible for the expansion and success of the camp entities, increasing attendance and day camp sites each year since acquiring ownership. Katz was an analyst in the finance department at Nutri System as well as Executive Investment Advisors.

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