Philadelphia is considered to be one of the NBA thus, a large part of the NBA 75 celebration. A rich history that includes stars such as Wilt Chamberlain, Hal Greer, Mo Cheeks, Doctor Julius Erving, Bobby Jones, Daryl Dawkins, Billy Cunningham and the list goes on.
Despite the 76ers knack for attracting stars, the Sixers have only brought two championships back to Philadelphia, the last coming in 1983,
Though we will from time to time drop in the occasional post-Barkley trade content but, for the most part, we will focus on the franchise best years,
Philadelphia 76ers are one of the most iconic basketball teams in history. Though they have had their ups and downs, the team has experienced a lot of success. They’ve won three NBA Championships, six Conference titles, 16 Division titles, four Conference USA Tournament championships and two Big 5 Tournament championships.
This anthology contains everything you need to know about Philadelphia 76ers from 1946-1975. It includes every game score, every statistical leader for each season, key games to watch out for and much more.
The Philadelphia 76ers are a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association. They have won three NBA Championships, in 1955, 1967 and 1983. They have also been runners-up six times in 1943, 1975, 1980, 2001, 2004 and 2018. This article explores their history from the 1940s to 2019.
In 1943, they won their first championship when they defeated the New York Knicks in a four-game series. In 1947, the team drafted George Mikan but he retired before playing with them due to his deteriorating health. In 1949 they drafted Charles Barkley who played with them from 1984 to 1992 and again from 1994 to 2000. In 1976 they drafted Allen Iverson who is considered by many as one of the best players of all time and was their star player for ten years before being