Mike Sielski: If the Sixers want to build a downtown arena, they and Philadelphia have to answer some questions first

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Here is what we know about the plan, put forth by the 76ers’ managing partners, to build an NBA arena at 10th and Market Streets. We know that the partners are estimating, for now, that the arena will cost $1.3 billion to construct. We know that the partners are promising, for now, to fund its construction without any city dollars. We know that the plan calls for the arena to be completed by 2031, the same year that the Sixers’ lease with the Wells Fargo Center expires. Here is what we don’t know: We don’t know what we don’t know. The arena, theoretically, would open nine years …

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