Philadelphia 76ers vs. Golden State Warriors Tickets
About Philadelphia 76ers vs. Golden State Warriors
The Philadelphia 76ers and Golden State Warriors are two NBA franchises with rosters loaded with talent and their eye on postseason glory. Within recent years, the Golden State Warriors have had much success in the playoffs, winning the NBA Championship four times in the last seven years. Philadelphia on the other hand is trying to achieve similar success. With a team built around elite big man Joel Embiid, and James Harden, Philadelphia is striving to not only be the best in the Eastern Conference, but in the entire league. Let's take a look at how this rivalry is shaping up.
From Dr. J to Curry & Klay
The Philadelphia 76ers have a celebrated history within the NBA. Founded in 1946 as the Syracuse Generals, the Sixers are one of the most prominent teams in NBA history. Allen Iverson, Julius Irving, Charles Barkley, and Moses Malone are just a few of the greats that have put on a Sixers jersey. The City of Brotherly Love aka Philadelphia is known to be tough on its teams, but it's even tougher on opposing teams. The Warriors will have their hands full when they come to Wells Fargo Center. Sharpshooters Steph Curry and Klay Thompson will most definitely be a challenge for the Sixers. Golden State's ability to put up points and defend the basket is what's transformed them into one of the NBA's all-time great teams. Whether you're a 76er's or Warriors fan, don't miss any of the action!
Frequently Asked Questions about the Philadelphia 76ers and Golden State Warriors
Who has the most career points for the Philadelphia 76ers?
Hal Greer has the most career points with 21,586 points. He played 15 seasons for the Sixers and averaged 19.2 points and averaged 5 rebounds. He played in 1,122 games.
How many seasons did Allen Iverson play for the Sixers?
Allen Iverson spent 12 seasons with the Sixers. He is regarded as one of the greatest to ever put on a Sixers uniform
Did the Warriors always play in California?
No, as a matter of fact when the team was founded, they were known as the Philadelphia Warriors before moving to San Francisco in 1962