Philadelphia Sixers

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The Philadelphia Sixers are a basketball team based in Pennsylvania. It is a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Wilt Chamberlain, Julius Erving and Allen Iverson are its most famous legendary players.

Philadelphia Sixers roster for 2023-2024

Starting five

James Harden
Tyrese Maxey
Tobias Harris
P.J. Tucker

Bench players

Patrick Beverley
De'Anthony Melton
Kelly Oubre Jr.
Paul Reed
Mohamed Bamba
Jaden Springer
Danny Green
Danuel House Jr.
Montrezl Harrell

Joël Embiid: the superstar of the Philadelphia Sixers

Having arrived in Philadelphia in 2014, Joël Embiid is the Sixers’ main poster boy. This Cameroonian pivot is a naturalized French and American citizen. Unstoppable under the circle, he has MVP potential. His buff physique, mobility and technical skills make him a very special player. Embiid shares the limelight with another NBA star: James Harden. His association with the famous bearded All-Star is very exciting. In the playoffs, this duo could take the Philadelphia Sixers a long way. Despite “stiff competition”, the team is aiming for the NBA championship. It has the means to match its ambitions. But to get to the top of the Big League, its stars will have to be healthy.

Philadelphia Sixers ticket office

The Philadelphia Sixers are a competitive NBA team with a beautiful game. Attending one of their home games is a great alternative if you’re traveling to New York on a budget. Indeed, tickets for 76ers games are much more affordable than for a NBA game in New York. What’s more, the general cost of living is much more reasonable. Food and lodging in Philly are far more economical than in the Big Apple. Given that Philadelphia is only a two-hour drive from New York City, a detour is a very good idea.

Attending a Philadelphia Sixers NBA game is a great experience. The atmosphere in the arena is extraordinary. The fans are passionate, and support their team to the hilt. Compared to many other NBA venues, the atmosphere is very special. The Liberty Bell, one of Philadelphia’s emblems, takes pride of place during pre-game. What’s more, it’s not uncommon for celebrities to turn out for a Sixers home game.

Price of tickets for a Philadelphia Sixers game

Philadelphia Sixers NBA game tickets are highly sought-after. Compared to other, more prestigious franchises, the best tickets sell at reasonable prices. This makes ticketing more affordable for poorer fans. There are tickets for every budget. The price of an NBA ticket for the Philadelphia Sixers starts at $30. Nevertheless, the average price of an NBA ticket in Philly is in the upper mid-range of NBA teams. It costs an average of $260 to buy a ticket to a 76ers home game. This is because courtside tickets are very expensive. More than $1,500.

To attend a Sixers game, you have to go to the Wells Fargo Center. This arena is located outside the city center. However, it’s easily accessible by public transport. So there’s no need to worry if you don’t have a car. Or if you don’t want to pay for a cab to take you back to your hotel.

Philadelphia Sixers Store

The official NBA jersey of the Philadelphia Sixers is in stock at the NBA Store. It is available in three different colors: red (Statement edition), white and blue (home games).

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Philadelphia Sixers jersey - Statement Edition
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Philadelphia Sixers jersey - Association Edition
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Philadelphia Sixers jersey - Icon Edition

FAQs about the Philadelphia Sixers

Here are answers to frequently asked questions about the Philadelphia-based NBA team.

The Philadelphia Sixers play their home games at the Wells Fargo Center. This arena can accommodate up to 21,375 spectators.

The Philadelphia 76ers are owned by Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE). This group is headed by Joshua Harris and David S. Blitzer. Harris is a renowned businessman and founder of Apollo Global Management. Blitzer is a senior executive at Blackstone Group, another major investment firm. Together, they acquired the franchise in 2011.

The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the NBA’s most historic teams. It has seen many legendary players come and go. Here’s a look at some of the most iconic.

Wilt Chamberlain

Wilt Chamberlain is one of the most dominant players in basketball history. He played for the Sixers from 1965 to 1968 and enjoyed great success there. He won two regular-season MVP awards in 1966 and 1967. But also an NBA championship title in 1967!

Julius Erving

“Dr. J” played eleven seasons with the 76ers. He was a basketball icon with his aerial style of play and dunks. Julius Erving was named regular-season MVP in 1981. Then, two years later, he led Philadelphia to the NBA championship.

Moses Malone

Moses Malone joined the Sixers in 1982. He played a key role in their 1983 NBA championship title. Indeed, he was voted MVP of the regular season and MVP of the Finals that year. Malone is therefore one of the legends of the Philadelphia 76ers. His number 2 jersey has been retired by the franchise.

Allen Iverson

Iverson, nicknamed “The Answer”, was one of the most electrifying players of his era. He played twelve seasons with the Sixers. He reached the pinnacle of his career in 2001, winning the individual MVP title before leading his team to the NBA Finals. His legendary crossover and fearless style of play made him one of the most beloved players in franchise history.

Charles Barkley

Barkley spent the first eight years of his career with the Sixers. His big mouth and imposing physique, despite his relatively small stature for a wing-forward, were his hallmarks. An eleven-time All-Star, Charles Barkley is a Philadelphia legend. Today, he is an NBA consultant for American television.

Billy Cunningham

Billy Cunningham was a major part of the Sixers during the 60s and 70s. He was a five-time All-Star. This winger was also a member of the 1967 championship team. At the end of his playing career, he became a coach and led the team to the NBA championship title in 1983.