Found September 18, 2012 on
Philadelphia is one of the best sports city in America but for whatever reason fans don’t always show up to watch their basketball team. The main reason is because the 76ers have been an average team for many years. While the other three pro teams in the city are constantly making the playoffs.
This summer the 76ers traded for Andrew Bynum from the Lakers in part of the 4 team Dwight Howard trade. This trade has 76ers excited. According to Darren Rovell of Espn 76ers ticket sales are going up.
Friday, team CEO Adam Aron told ESPN.com the Sixers have doubled their season-ticket base (92 percent of season-ticket holders renewed with some prices raised) and quadrupled sales of their 10-game plans as compared to last year.
While all the Dwight Howard talk has been about the Los Angeles Lakers don’t forget about the Philadelphia 76ers.
76ers head coach Doug Collins called the Olympics for NBA. During one of the broadcasts here is what he had to say about the four team trade....
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Sixers addition of Bynum makes the off-season an A
The Sixers off-season certainly has given us BIG SURPRISES and much HOPE. Coming out of the gate and making big changes quickly in the free agent season the Sixers had looked to be done by July. The active Sixers had signed Kwame Brown who was quickly ordained the starting center by Coach Collins. They replaced Lou Williams with...
The Philadelphia 76ers, as of now, will be entering the 2012-2013 NBA seasons’ October training camp with 10 players 27-years-old or younger (13 total players on the current roster).
Despite the plethora of young players, only three of them have little-to-no-experience in the NBA (two rookies and one second-year player). This young team will be led into the upcoming season by a...
Looking at a revamped Sixers roster the upcoming season looks full of hope and accomplishment for a young squad.
Even though majority of the attention will be directed towards big man, Andrew Bynum, the attention will always be directed towards the field general, court director, the point guard. In this case the focus is on the 22-year-old Jrue Holiday.
Holiday enters the final...
The Philadelphia 76ers had a successful postseason in 2012 when they knocked out the Chicago Bulls and forcing a Game 7 against the Boston Celtics, but how did they do in their off-season? Additions and Subtractions: Drafted Moe Harkless (traded to Magic), Arnett Moultrie; re-signed Spencer Hawes, Lavoy Allen; Signed (traded) Kwame Brown, Dorell [...]