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76ers, Devils CEO O'Neil resigns after 8 years leading HBSE

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Scott O'Neil, the CEO of the parent company that owns the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils, has resigned after an eight-year run in which he shepherded The Process and the Prudential Center.

O'Neil announced Wednesday he was leaving Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment after he helped lead scores of projects under the HBSE banner such as the Grammy Museum at the Prudential Center and the creation of a state-of-the-art Sixers complex, both in New Jersey. O'Neil, who previously led Madison Square Garden Sports, said he did not have another job lined up. HBSE did not immediately name a successor.

O'Neil replaced Adam Aron, now the CEO of AMC Entertainment, in 2013 and worked under Sixers and Devils owners Josh Harris and David Blitzer. The owners merged their holdings in 2017 and formed HBSE. HBSE expanded into ownership with other sports and entertainment companies.

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Leaders
Points: Joel Embiid28.5
Rebounds: Joel Embiid10.6
Assists: Ben Simmons6.9
FG%: Ben Simmons55.7%
Steals: Matisse Thybulle1.62
Blocks: Joel Embiid1.35
Defense (Rank)
Points: 108.1 (6)
Rebounds: 42.9 (11)
Assists: 23.5 (5)
FG%: 45.3% (4)
FT%: 76.4% (6)
3P%: 36.0% (9)
Offense (Rank)
Points: 113.6 (14)
Rebounds: 45.1 (10)
Assists: 23.7 (22)
FG%: 47.6% (9)
FT%: 76.7% (20)
3P%: 37.4% (11)
Standings
Atlantic Division
  W L Pct GB
xyz-Philadelphia 49 23 .681 --
x-Brooklyn 48 24 .667 1.0
x-New York 41 31 .569 8.0
x-Boston 36 36 .500 13.0
Toronto 27 45 .375 22.0
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Injuries
Date Player Status
6/12/2021 Danny Green Strained right calf
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