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Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. The next year, the 76ers would hire Gene Shue as their head coach and they slowly came back.
In the —76 season , the 76ers acquired George McGinnis from the Indiana Pacers of the ABA after the Knicks tried to sign him, not knowing that the 76ers owned his rights.
With him, the 76ers were back in the playoffs after a five-year absence, and even though they lost to the Buffalo Braves in three games, a doctor would come along and get the team healthy enough to stay in perennial contention.
During this period, however, one last personnel misjudgment had effects when the team used the fifth pick overall in the draft to select Darryl Dawkins directly from high school.
The immensely talented and physically imposing Dawkins seldom, if ever, lived up to his great potential in part because of a perpetual adolescence.
Led by Erving, the 76ers began an exciting ride for the fans of Philadelphia, beating their long-time rival from Boston in a seven-game playoff series to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.
That led to the —78 motto of "We owe you one", which would ultimately backfire when they lost in the conference finals that season to the Washington Bullets , who went on to win the NBA championship.
In the next four seasons, the 76ers would fall short of the NBA Championship, even after Shue handed the coaching reins to former great Billy Cunningham.
In the Eastern Conference Finals, the 76ers opened a 3—1 series lead over the Celtics only to see Boston come back and win the series in seven games.
The following season, the 76ers again faced the Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, and again jumped to a 3—1 series lead only to see Boston forge a 3—3 series tie.
The 76ers were given little chance of winning as they faced the Celtics in Game Seven at Boston Garden. This time, they played angry but inspired basketball, pulling away to a — victory and becoming the third NBA road team to win Game 7 after leading the series 3—1.
In the game's closing moments, the Boston Garden fans began chanting "Beat L. Harold Katz bought the 76ers from Dixon in On his watch, the final piece of the championship puzzle was completed before the —83 season when they acquired center Moses Malone from the Houston Rockets.
Led by Hall of Famers Julius Erving , Maurice Cheeks , and All-Stars Andrew Toney and Bobby Jones , they dominated the regular season, winning 65 games in what is still the second most winning year in franchise history.
Malone was named League MVP, and when reporters asked how the playoffs would run, he answered, "four, four, four"—in other words, saying that the 76ers needed to win four games in each of the 3 rounds.
The media misinterpreted this and assumed Moses was predicting that the 76ers would sweep all three rounds to win the title, with the minimum 12 games.
Malone's accent made his boast sound like "fo', fo', fo'. However, the 76ers backed up Malone's boast. They made a mockery of the Eastern Conference playoffs, first sweeping the New York Knicks and then beating the Milwaukee Bucks in five games.
The 76ers went on to win their third NBA championship and second in Philadelphia with a four-game sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers, who had defeated them the season before.
Malone was named the playoffs' MVP. The 76ers did not quite fulfill Malone's prediction, as their run was actually "fo', fi', fo" "four, five, four" — a loss to the Bucks in game four of the Eastern finals being the only blemish on their playoff run.
Nonetheless, their 12—1 playoff record is tied for the fewest losses in league history with the —01 Lakers, who went 15—1 en route to the NBA title, coincidentally beating the 76ers in the Finals after suffering their only defeat that postseason in Game 1 , and also with the Golden State Warriors , who won the title with a 16—1 playoff record.
This also marked the last championship in Philadelphia until the Phillies won the World Series. After a disappointing —84 season , which ended with a five-game loss to the upstart New Jersey Nets in the first round of the playoffs , Charles Barkley arrived in Philadelphia for the —85 season.
For the next eight seasons, Barkley brought delight to the Philadelphia fans thanks to his humorous and sometimes controversial ways.
As it turned out, they would never again advance as far during Barkley's tenure in Philadelphia. Following the —85 season, Matt Guokas replaced Billy Cunningham as head coach.
Guokas led the 76ers to a 54—28 record and the second round of the playoffs , where they were defeated by the Milwaukee Bucks in seven games.
On June 16, , Katz made two of the most controversial and highly criticized personnel moves in franchise history, trading Moses Malone to Washington and the first overall pick in the NBA draft which had been obtained from the San Diego Clippers in a trade for Joe Bryant to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In return, the 76ers received Roy Hinson , Jeff Ruland , and Cliff Robinson , none of whom played more than three seasons with the team.
Cleveland, meanwhile, turned their acquired pick into future All-Star Brad Daugherty. On the night of the —87 season opener, Julius Erving announced he would retire after the season, which was subsequently filled with tributes in each arena the Sixers visited.
On the court, the team suffered through an injury-plagued campaign, but still managed to make the playoffs with a 45—37 record.
Their season would end at the hands of the Bucks again, this time in a best-of-five first round series that went the distance.
In —88 , with the team's record at 20—23, Guokas was fired and replaced by assistant coach Jim Lynam. Lynam finished the season 16—23, to bring Philadelphia's overall mark to 36— For the first time since the —75 season , the Sixers failed to reach the playoffs.
Philadelphia selected Charles Smith with its first pick third overall in the NBA draft , then traded his rights to the Los Angeles Clippers for their first pick sixth overall , and Hersey Hawkins.
In five seasons with the 76ers, Hawkins would average 19 points per game, and was the team's all-time leader in three-point field goals attempted and made when he was traded to the Charlotte Hornets for Dana Barros , Sidney Green and draft picks in In —89, Philadelphia returned to the playoffs after a one-year absence, but was swept in the first round by the New York Knicks.
After defeating Cleveland in the first round of the playoffs, Philadelphia faced Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the second round.
The 76ers fell to the Chicago Bulls in five games, and would do the same in after sweeping the Bucks in the first round. In the —92 season , the 76ers went 35—47 and missed the playoffs for the just the second time during Barkley's eight seasons in Philadelphia.
Lynam relinquished his head coaching position to become general manager following the —92 season, and hired Doug Moe to fill the vacancy.
Moe's tenure lasted just 56 games, with the Sixers posting a 19—37 record. Popular former player and longtime assistant coach Fred Carter succeeded Moe as head coach in March , but could only manage a 32—76 record at the helm.
Following the —94 season , the 76ers hired John Lucas in the dual role of head coach and general manager. The enthusiastic Lucas had been successful as a head coach for the San Antonio Spurs , and Philadelphia hoped he could breathe new life into the 76ers.
It proved disastrous, as the team went 42— in its two seasons under Lucas. The acquisition of unproductive free agents such as Scott Williams and Charles Shackleford , players at the end of their careers such as LaSalle Thompson , Orlando Woolridge , and Scott Skiles along with stunningly unwise high draft picks such as Shawn Bradley and Sharone Wright were also factors in the team's decline.
Lakers—had 16 productive seasons as an NBA player. Starting with the —91 season , and ending with the —96 season , the 76ers had the dubious distinction of seeing their win total decrease each year.
The nadir was the —96 season, when they finished with an 18—64 record, the second-worst in franchise history at the time. It was also the second-worst record in the league that year, ahead of only the expansion Vancouver Grizzlies but behind the Toronto Raptors , who were also in their inaugural season.
That season would turn out to be their last in The Spectrum. Katz, unpopular among fans since the trades, sold the team to Comcast Spectacor , a consortium of Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider and Comcast Corporation , at the end of the —96 season.
Snider had been the 76ers' landlord since gaining control of the Spectrum in Pat Croce , a former trainer for the Flyers and Sixers, took over as president.
Many 76ers fans call these years "The Dark Ages". However, after many years of misfortune, there was a bright spot. The team won the lottery for the top pick in the NBA draft.
Questions remained, but with the first pick, the Sixers found their "Answer": Allen Iverson. With new ownership, Iverson in place, and the 76ers moving into the CoreStates Center , things seemed to finally be heading in a positive direction.
Croce fired Lucas as both coach and general manager. Johnny Davis was named head coach, while Brad Greenberg took over as general manager. Iverson was named Rookie of the Year, but Philadelphia's overall improvement was minimal, as they finished with a 22—60 record.
Changes had to be made, and after the —97 season , Davis and Greenberg were both fired and the unveiling of a new 76ers team logo and jerseys marked a new era.
To replace Davis, Larry Brown was hired as head coach. Known for a defense-first approach and transforming unsuccessful teams into winners by "playing the right way", Brown faced perhaps his toughest coaching challenge.
He often clashed with Iverson, but the 76ers improved to 31 wins in — In exchange, Philadelphia received Aaron McKie and Theo Ratliff , defensive standouts who would have an impact in the team's resurgence.
Prior to the —99 season , the 76ers signed George Lynch and Matt Geiger , but a lockout delayed the start of the season, which was shortened to 50 games.
During the season, Philadelphia acquired Tyrone Hill in a trade with Milwaukee. The team began its resurgence during this lockout-shortened season, finishing with a 28—22 record and the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, marking the first time since the team reached the postseason.
In the first round, Philadelphia upset the Orlando Magic 3—1, before being swept by the Indiana Pacers. The following season, the Sixers improved to 49—33, fifth in the Eastern Conference.
Again, the Sixers won their first round series in four games, this time defeating the Charlotte Hornets. For the second straight year, they were defeated by Indiana in the second round, this time in six games.
Though the team was moving in a positive direction, Iverson and Brown continued to clash, and their relationship deteriorated to the point where it seemed certain Iverson would be traded.
A rumored trade to the Los Angeles Clippers fell through, but a complicated four-team deal that would've seen Iverson sent to Detroit was agreed upon, only to see it dissolve due to salary cap problems.
When it became clear Iverson was staying in Philadelphia, he and Brown worked to patch things up, and the team would reap the benefits in — During the —01 season , the 76ers got off to a hot start by winning their first ten games and were never seriously challenged in the Atlantic Division.
Shortly before the All-Star break, Theo Ratliff was lost for the season with a wrist injury, one that would later prove to be devastating to his future career.
Despite holding a 41—14 record and a comfortable lead atop both the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference standings at the time of the February 22 trade deadline, management felt the team needed an established center to advance deep into the playoffs.
The 76ers went on to finish 56—26, good enough for their first Atlantic Division title since —90 and top seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs.
In the first round of the playoffs, Philadelphia faced Indiana yet again. In Game One, the 76ers wasted an point lead and lost, 79—78, when Reggie Miller hit a three-pointer in the closing seconds.
Philadelphia fought back, however, and took the next three games to win the series. The teams alternated wins in the first four games, with Iverson scoring 54 points in Philadelphia's Game Two victory.
A Game Five win with Iverson scoring 52 in a —88 rout and Game Six loss set up a decisive Game Seven, which the 76ers survived as Carter missed a long jump shot at the buzzer for an 88—87 victory that sent the Sixers to the Eastern Conference Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks.
After the teams split the first two games of the series in Philadelphia, it was learned Iverson would miss Game Three due to various nagging injuries that had plagued him late in the season.
Though most predicted a Milwaukee cakewalk, the 76ers kept the game close before falling, 80— Philadelphia seemed to gain momentum despite the loss, and they would win Games Four and Five.
Milwaukee put any Sixer celebration plans on hold by building up a point lead in the third quarter of Game Six, but the 76ers would make a furious fourth-quarter rally before falling — Struggling in the series up to that point, Iverson scored 26 points in the final quarter to finish with 46 on the night and appeared to have gotten a second wind.
In Game Seven, the Bucks jumped out to a 34—25 second quarter advantage before seldom-used reserve Raja Bell scored 10 points to spark a 23—4 run that gave Philadelphia the lead for good.
Iverson scored 44 points and the 76ers pulled away in the second half, winning by a —91 score to put them in the NBA Finals for the first time since As had been the case in their three previous Finals appearances, their opponent would be the Los Angeles Lakers, who had run up an 11—0 record in the first three rounds of the playoffs and were expected by many to make quick work of a worn-down 76ers squad.
Because of a seemingly meaningless loss to the lowly Chicago Bulls in the regular season finale both the Sixers and the Lakers finished with identical 56—26 records, but Los Angeles was awarded a higher seed based on tiebreakers , the NBA Finals marked the first time in the playoffs in which the 76ers had to start a series on the road.
In Game One, the Lakers jumped out to an 18—5 lead, but the 76ers stormed back to take a point lead in the second half. Los Angeles rallied to force a 94—94 tie at the end of regulation before scoring the first five points of the overtime period, but the 76ers closed the game on a 13—2 run for a — triumph.
Iverson hit a go-ahead three-pointer with to go in the extra period, and followed that with a jump shot after which he infamously stepped over Tyronn Lue after making the basket.
Eric Snow hit a running jump shot in the waning seconds with the shot clock expiring to clinch the stunning victory. In Game Three, Shaquille O'Neal fouled out late in the fourth quarter, and the Sixers pulled to within a point with less than a minute to play after trailing by 12 earlier in the second half.
Robert Horry , however, hit a clutch three-pointer in that final minute, and the Lakers prevailed, 96— The 76ers went into the —02 season with high expectations, but were able to produce only a 43—39 record, sixth in the Eastern Conference.
In the first round of the playoffs, Philadelphia was defeated 3—2 by the Boston Celtics. In the —03 season , the 76ers sprinted to a 15—4 start, but a 10—20 swoon left them 25—24 at the All-Star break.
After the break, the 76ers caught fire, winning nine in a row at one point, and 23 of their last 33 to finish at 48—34, earning the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
Iverson scored 55 points in the playoff opener against the New Orleans Hornets and the Sixers went on to win the series in six games.
In the second round, the Detroit Pistons ended Philadelphia's playoff run in a frustrating six-game series that saw the 76ers lose twice in overtime, and once on a last-second shot in regulation.
It would be nine years before the Sixers won another playoff series. On Memorial Day, , Brown abruptly resigned as head coach, taking over the reins in Detroit a few days later.
Ayers lasted only 52 games and was fired with the team's record at 21— Chris Ford took over, but the 76ers finished the —04 season at 33—49, missing the playoffs for the first time in six years.
Iverson, who was at odds with Ford throughout the interim coach's tenure, played only 48 games in a stormy, injury-plagued season. For the —05 season , Philadelphia native Jim O'Brien was named head coach.
Stelle ausgewählt worden war. Dafür kehrte Noel nach einjähriger Verletzungspause zurück, um seine erste Saison zu bestreiten.
Diese begannen die 76ers mit 17 Niederlagen in Serie. Nur ein Sieg bei den Minnesota Timberwolves am 3. Während der Sommerpause wurde bekannt, dass Centerspieler Embiid aufgrund von Komplikationen ein weiteres Jahr aussetzen musste.
Philadelphia erreichte nur 10 Saisonsiege und belegte damit ligaweit den letzten Platz. Seinen Posten übernahm Bryan Colangelo. Centertalent Embiid, der aufgrund einer Verletzung die ersten beiden Saisons seiner Profikarriere aussetzte, gab in dieser Saison sein Debüt und überzeugte auf Anhieb, verletzte sich jedoch frühzeitig.
Die Sixers verbesserten sich dennoch auf 28 Siege, verpassten jedoch die Playoffs zum fünften Mal in Folge deutlich. Redick und Amir Johnson verpflichtet.
Ben Simmons war für die neue Saison ebenfalls wieder fit und auch Joel Embiid war in der Lage mehr als 60 Saisonspiele zu absolvieren.
Von bis war das Unternehmen Comcast Spectacor Eigentümer der 76ers. Mit der Übernahme wurden die Preise für die Eintrittskarten gesenkt.
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