Who Is Your All-Time Favorite Philadelphia 76er? Tell Us!

                               

Let's talk Sixers. You can't deny it, the Philadelphia 76ers are on a roll this season! The Sixers' buzz increases with every game. All this love for the Sixers makes us reminisce of seasons past. Who was your favorite 76er from back in the day? Was it Maurice Cheeks? ... Julius Erving...Andrew Toney...Allen Iverson... Charles Barkley...Wilt the Stilt...Moses Malone? 

If you can't decide, maybe some of the video highlights below will bring back some memories. Go Sixers!!

 

February 8, 2012 | E-mail | Comments (3) | Comment RSSRSS comment feed

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2/8/2012 9:17:02 AM

are you serious? it has to be Iverson! Come on!

will lee | Reply

2/8/2012 9:34:57 AM


Having grown up in the 80's & 90's watching Sir Charles Barkley followed by the dark years  of poor 76ers teams lead by Jeff Hornaceck.  My vote is for Allen Iverson.

When AI got here it was like opening a brand new toy on Christmas Morning . The excitement , thrill and hope of what was to come was intense  . Who can forget A.I.  crossing up Michael Jordan  his rookie year.  A.I.  got the entire city excited and made a lot of people into 76ers fans.  He energized the city of Philadelphia and embodied everything this city is about;  hustle, pride and determination in the face of insurmountable odd’s .

I am basing this purely on what Allen Iverson did on the court  and not for his much maligned “off the court” antics, which there were plenty of to skew people’s perception.  In my life time I have never seen a  athlete  enter Philly and become so embraced by the fan base in such a short period of time, T.O. was close but very short lived.  Some of my best sports memories are form that run A.I.  and the 76ers made back in the 2001  season where they lost to the Lakers in the Finals.




John Gentile | Reply

2/8/2012 9:49:13 AM

The Doctor & The Boston Strangler

Greg | Reply

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