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Josh Harris, David Blitzer Buy Devils, Prudential Center From Vanderbeek For $320M
Published August 15, 2013
76ERS NOT LIKELY TO LEAVE PHILLY: The AP's Tom Canavan noted there has been a "little concern in Philadelphia that Harris might consider moving the 76ers from Philadelphia, which is the league's fourth largest market." But NBA Deputy Commissioner & COO Adam Silver "downplayed that suggestion." Silver in a statement said, "Josh Harris and his Sixers partners, like the NBA, love and are committed to Philadelphia" (AP, 8/14).