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Philadelphia 76ers Information
The team began in 1939 as the Syracuse Nationals and in 1946 were a charter member of the National Basketball League. In 1949, the Nationals were one of seven NBL teams that
merged with the Basketball Association of America to form the NBA.
Within the last ten years, Ed Snider and Comcast Corporation became the new team owners and moved the team to the new Wachovia Center. That same year they drafted a guard from
Georgetown University, named Allen Iverson, who went on to earn NBA Rookie of the Year honors for the 1996-97 season. Pat Croce, who had started out as a physical therapist for
the Flyers, was named team president, and the team underwent a radical makeover in 1997, a new logo, and changing from their traditional red, white and blue by adding black as a
primary to the color scheme, along with both silver and gold. The addition of new coach Larry Brown that summer also helped as the team improved every year until the 2000-01
season.During the 2000-01 season the Sixers were hot. They made the playoff and advanced to the Championship but eventually lost to the Lakers. This Sixers squad had the NBA's MVP
(Iverson), the NBA's coach of the year (Larry Brown), the Defensive Player of the Year (center Dikembe Mutombo), and the Sixth Man of the year (Aaron McKie.)
The club in more recent years has revolved around high-scoring point guard Iverson. With the addition of Chris Webber from Sacramento Kings in 2005, the 76ers hoped that the duo
would make a volatile and powerful combination. However, the team did not improve significantly and was defeated in the postseason by the then-defending champion Detroit Pistons,
who were coached by Larry Brown. In the offseason, the 76ers fired coach Jim O'Brien and hired Maurice Cheeks, a popular former 76ers star.