76ers Playoff Tickets
The NBA playoffs are just around the corner and teams are pushing hard to land a spot. You can watch these great battles by getting Philadelphia 76ers Playoff tickets as the side from The City of Brotherly Love aims to land the biggest prize in the game. With the regular season almost over, both conferences are seeing plenty of high-octane and ultra-intense action on the court as teams go all out to make it to the postseason. The 76ers, one of the oldest NBA franchises, have already secured their berth in this year’s playoffs and will be looking to go all the way to the big showdown in June. Get your tickets now to watch your favorite stars in action.
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The 76ers at a Glance
The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the most storied franchises in the history of the NBA. Many of the greatest players in the game have donned the 76ers jersey over the years. These include the likes of Hal Greer, Wilt Chamberlain, Julius Erving, Billy Cunningham, Allen Iverson, Moses Malone and Charles Barkley.
Founded originally as the Syracuse Nationals, the Philadelphia 76ers are one of only eight teams that were able to survive the first decade of existence of the NBA. 15 others franchises that began life in the league are now defunct with many of them having ceased to exist altogether. During their 14 years in the NBA, the Nationals never failed to make it to the postseason.
When the franchise relocated to Philadelphia in the 60s, the new name was chosen as a tribute to the brave freedom fighters who laid the foundations of our great country. Before that, 1955 brought the first NBA title for them when they were still based in Syracuse.
For the first years after moving to Philly, the 76ers played their home games at the Philadelphia Arena before making The Spectrum their home arena. During the late 1990s, the Wells Fargo Center replaced The Spectrum as the 76ers’ home where they continue to play today. Catch them in action in the coming weeks by getting Philadelphia 76ers Playoff tickets.
The early and mid-1960s were one of the most successful periods in the franchise’s history. Led by the legendary Wilt Chamberlain, the 76ers claimed their second NBA crown in 1967 and the first while representing Philadelphia. This was followed by multiple Division titles as well as a Conference triumph during the 1970s before 1983 brought another NBA Championship win.
Philadelphia 76ers Playoff Record
The Philadelphia 76ers are quite consistent when it comes to the playoffs. As already mentioned in this piece, they never failed to make it to the postseason when they were known as the Syracuse Nationals. Their record since moving to The Cradle of Liberty has also been impressive.
The Boston Celtics have been the most frequent opponents for the 76ers in the playoffs. The two have met each other close to two dozen times. Intense battles have also occurred against the Golden State Warriors, with the 76ers boasting a win percentage of 60% over the side from Oakland.
The Los Angeles Lakers, the New York Knicks and the Milwaukee Bucks have also come up against the 76ers in the playoffs quite a few times. Their enviable record in the Eastern Conference makes them the second most successful team in the bracket, with only the Boston Celtics having won more titles than the team from Pennsylvania.