Sixers

 

The Philadelphia 76ers (also normally known as the Sixers) are an American professional basketballteam situated in the Philadelphia metropolitan territory. The 76ers contend in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as an individual from the league’s Eastern Conference Atlantic Division and play at Wells Fargo Center. Established in 1946 and initially known as the Syracuse Nationals, they are one of the most seasoned establishments in the NBA, and one of just eight (out of 23) to endure the class’ first decade.

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The 76ers have had a noticeable history, with huge numbers of the best players in NBA history having played for the association, including Wilt Chamberlain, Hal Greer, Billy Cunningham, Julius Erving, Moses Malone, Charles Barkley, and Allen Iverson. They have won three NBA titles, with their first coming as the Syracuse Nationals in 1955. The second title came in 1967, a group which was driven by Chamberlain. The third title came in 1983, won by a group driven by Erving and Malone. The 76ers have just been returned to the NBA Finals once from that point forward: in 2001, where they were driven by Iverson and lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in five recreations.

Season-via season records

Fundamental article: List of Philadelphia 76ers seasons

Offices

Home fields

The Spectrum, appeared 2005, facilitated the 76ers from 1967 to 1996.

Wells Fargo Center, known as the CoreStates (1996– 1998), First Union (1998– 2003), and Wachovia Center (2003– 2010), is as of now the home field of the 76ers.

Show Hall and Philadelphia Arena (1963– 1967)

The Spectrum (1967– 1996)

Wells Fargo Center (1996– present)

Preparing office

76ers preparing complex

The 76ers’ preparation office and base camp for ball tasks are situated at the Philadelphia 76ers Training Complex in Camden, New Jersey. In 2014, the 76ers reported their arrangements to build another preparation complex, which was authoritatively opened on September 23, 2016.

The group recently rehearsed at the grounds of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Players

Primary article: Philadelphia 76ers record-breaking list

Current program

Philadelphia 76ers program

 

Players Coaches

Pos. No. Name Height Weight DOB (YYYY-MM-DD) From

F 43 Bolden, Jonah 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 220 lb (100 kg) 1996– 01– 02 UCLA

G/F 23 Butler, Jimmy 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 232 lb (105 kg) 1989– 09– 14 Marquette

F/C 21 Embiid, Joel 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 250 lb (113 kg) 1994– 03– 16 Kansas

F 11 Ennis, James 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 210 lb (95 kg) 1990– 07– 01 Long Beach State

F 33 Harris, Tobias 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 235 lb (107 kg) 1992– 07– 15 Tennessee

F 7 Highsmith, Haywood (TW) 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 220 lb (100 kg) 1996– 12– 09 Wheeling Jesuit

F/C 5 Johnson, Amir 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 240 lb (109 kg) 1987– 05– 01 Westchester HS (CA)

G/F 30 Korkmaz, Furkan 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 190 lb (86 kg) 1997– 07– 24 Turkey

C 51 Marjanović, Boban 7 ft 3 in (2.21 m) 290 lb (132 kg) 1988– 08– 15 Serbia

G 12 McConnell, T. J. 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 190 lb (86 kg) 1992– 03– 25 Arizona

G 18 Milton, Shake (TW) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 207 lb (94 kg) 1996– 09– 26 SMU

F/C 55 Monroe, Greg 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 265 lb (120 kg) 1990– 06– 04 Georgetown

G 17 Redick, JJ 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 200 lb (91 kg) 1984– 06– 24 Duke

F 1 Scott, Mike 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 237 lb (108 kg) 1988– 07– 16 Virginia

G/F 25 Simmons, Ben 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 230 lb (104 kg) 1996– 07– 20 LSU

G/F 14 Simmons, Jonathon 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 195 lb (88 kg) 1989– 09– 14 Houston

G 8 Smith, Zhaire 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 199 lb (90 kg) 1999– 06– 04 Texas Tech

Head mentor

Brett Brown

Aide coach(es)

John Bryant

Jim O’Brien

Monty Williams

Kevin Young

John Townsend (shooting mentor)

Todd Wright (Assistant/Strength and Conditioning)

Chris Babcock (Player Development)

Dwayne Jones (Player Development)

Tyler Lashbrook Player Development

Legend

(C) Team skipper

(DP) Unsigned draft pick

(FA) Free specialist

(S) Suspended

(GL) On assignment to G League associate

(TW) Two-way associate player

Harmed

Program

Last exchange: 2019– 04– 04

Held draft rights

The 76ers hold the draft rights to the accompanying unsigned draft picks who have been playing outside the NBA. A drafted player, either a worldwide draftee or a school draftee who isn’t marked by the group that drafted him, is permitted to sign with any non-NBA groups. For this situation, the group holds the player’s draft rights in the NBA until one year after the player’s agreement with the non-NBA group ends. This list incorporates draft rights that were obtained from exchanges with different groups.

Draft Round Pick Player Pos. Nationality Current team Note(s) Ref

2017 1 25 Anžejs Pasečņiks C  Latvia Herbalife Gran Canaria (Spain)

2017 2 50 Mathias Lessort F/C  France Unicaja Málaga (Spain)

2014 2 52 Vasilije Micić G  Serbia Anadolu Efes (Turkey)

2009 2 57 Emir Preldžić G/F  Turkey Bahçeşehir Koleji (Turkey) Acquired from the Toronto Raptors

Establishment pioneers and records

Primary article: Philadelphia 76ers achievements and records

Resigned numbers

The majority of the 76ers’ retired numbers are holding tight the rafters in the Wells Fargo Center

Previous 76ers open location announcer Dave Zinkoff.

Philadelphia 76ers resigned numbers and honorees

No. Player Position Tenure Date of Retirement

2 Moses Malone C 1982– 1986

1993– 1994 February 8, 2019

3 Allen Iverson G 1996– 2006

2009– 2010 March 1, 2014

4 Dolph Schayes F/C 1948– 1964 1 7 March 12, 2016

6 Julius Erving F 1976– 1987 April 18, 1988

10 Maurice Cheeks G 1978– 1989 2 February 6, 1995

13 Wilt Chamberlain C 1965– 1968 3 March 18, 1991

15 Hal Greer G 1963– 1973 4 November 19, 1976

24 Bobby Jones F 1978– 1986 November 7, 1986

32 Billy Cunningham F 1965– 1972

1974– 1976 5 December 17, 1976

34 Charles Barkley F 1984– 1992 March 30, 2001

Dave Zinkoff Public-address

announcer 1963– 1985 6 March 25, 1986

Notes:

1 Also filled in as player-mentor (1963– 1966).

2 Also filled in as head mentor (2005– 2008).

3 Also Philadelphia local, and Philadelphia Warriors, 1959– 1962.

4 1958– 1963 in Syracuse

5 Also filled in as head mentor (1977– 1985).

6 Also Philadelphia Warriors, (1946– 1962).

7 Nerlens Noel wore the number at the season of the declaration (2013– 2017)

B-ball Hall of Famers

Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Hall of Famers

Players

No. Name Position Tenure Inducted No. Name Position Tenure Inducted

4

55 Dolph Schayes 1 F/C 1948– 1964 1973 13 Wilt Chamberlain C 1965– 1968 1979

15 Hal Greer G/F 1958– 1973 1982 15 Al Cervi 2 F/G 1948– 1953 1985

32 Billy Cunningham 3 F/C 1965– 1972

1974– 1976 1986 6 Julius Erving F 1976– 1987 1993

12 George Yardley F/G 1959– 1960 1996 16 Bailey Howell F/G 1970– 1971 1997

11 Bob McAdoo F/C 1986 2000 2 Moses Malone C/F 1982– 1986

1993– 1994 2001

32

34 Charles Barkley 4 F/G 1984– 1992 2006 25 Chet Walker F 1962– 1969 2012

55 Dikembe Mutombo C 2001– 2002 2015 3 Allen Iverson G 1996– 2006

2009– 2010 2016

30 George McGinnis F 1975– 1978 2017 10 Maurice Cheeks 5 G 1978– 1989 2018

24 Bobby Jones F 1978– 1986 2019

Mentors

Name Position Tenure Inducted Name Position Tenure Inducted

Jack Ramsay Head coach 1968– 1972 1992 10 Alex Hannum 6 Head coach 1960– 1963

1966– 1968 1998

Larry Brown Head coach 1997– 2003 2002

Givers

Name Position Tenure Inducted Name Position Tenure Inducted

Daniel Biasone 7 Founder/Owner — 2000 8

11 Earl Lloyd 8 Forward 1952– 1958 2003

Pole Thorn President 2010– 2013 2018

Notes:

1 He additionally instructed the group in 1963– 1966.

2 He additionally instructed the group in 1948– 1958.

3 He additionally instructed the group in 1977– 1985.

4 In aggregate, Barkley was accepted into the Hall of Fame twice – as player and as an individual from the 1992 Olympic group.

5 Also filled in as associate mentor (1994– 2001) and head mentor (2005– 2008).

6 He additionally played for the group in 1949– 1951.

7 Inducted after death.

8 Lloyd was drafted as a supporter as the main African American player and seat mentor in the NBA.

FIBA Hall of Famers

Philadelphia 76ers Hall of Famers

Players

No. Name Position Tenure Inducted

7 Toni Kukoč F 2000– 2001 2017

Mentors

See also: List of Philadelphia 76ers head mentors

eSports adventures

In September 2016, the 76ers obtained both Team Dignitas and Apex Gaming and combined them under the Dignitas brand, turning into the first North American elite athletics team to claim an eSports team.