Harvey Pollack, Sixers' Statistician, Seriously Hurt in One-Car CrashTeam officials say Pollack, 92, suffered numerous internal injuries, a broken jaw, and facial lacerations.
N.J. Giving 76ers $82 Million To Build Practice Facility and Offices in CamdenWhen it's completed, the Sixers will no longer be the only team in the NBA without their own practice facility.
Historical Marker To Be Dedicated To A Philadelphia Basketball PioneerEddie Gottlieb founded and played for the champion South Philly Hebrew Association SPHAs and helped to establish the NBA in the 1940s, for years drawing-up the league schedule by hand.
Hundreds Gather To Commemorate Wilt Chamberlain's Legendary 100-Point GameThe luncheon was organized by the Wilton Norman Chamberlain Postal Stamp Committee, which, after four years, is still working to have a Wilt stamp printed by the US Postal Service.
76ers Continue To Win, On The Court and In The Box OfficeThe Philadelphia 76ers are generating a real buzz around the Delaware Valley and across the NBA, and their ticket sales are beginning to reflect their winning record.
Sixers Say They're Ready To Get The Season Going The 76ers held their "media day" at PCOM, and the players say they are excited for the start of the season.
Sixers Open Condensed Training Camp At PCOMNow that the NBA lockout is in the rearview mirror, teams can focus on the 2011-2012 season, which will consist of just 66 games.
76ers Put Single-Game Tickets On Sale At Bargain PricesIt's another sign that the NBA season will soon begin.
NBA Cancels Preseason Games Amid Labor Upheaval; Training Camps PostponedThe league announced Friday that all games from October 9th-15th are off and further decisions will be made as warranted.
76ers Dancers Prepare For 11-Day Trip To ChinaTo get ready for an 11-day, NBA-sponsored trip to China, two of the Philadelphia 76ers Dancers are learning how to sign autographs in Chinese and perform a traditional Chinese dance.