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Heat Vs. 76ers Basketball Tickets

Philadelphia 76ers Vs. Miami Heat Wachovia Center
Philadelphia, PA Saturday
2/7/2009
7:00 PM

Miami Heat Vs. Philadelphia 76ers American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Saturday
2/21/2009
3:30 PM

Philadelphia 76ers Vs. Miami Heat Wachovia Center
Philadelphia, PA Sunday
3/15/2009
1:00 PM

 

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2004-05: With Webber, Sixers Return to the Playoffs

The Sixers opened their season at Boston (11/3) where under first-year head coach (and Philly-native) Jim O’Brien, Philadelphia overcame an 18-point deficit to defeat his former team, 98-95. Rookie forward Andre Iguodala became the team's first rookie to start on opening night since 2001-02 (Speedy Claxton). On Nov. 12 vs. Indiana, second-year forward Kyle Korver connected on a career-high seven three-pointers and Allen Iverson hit his first career game-winning "buzzer-beater." The team finished November 6-7.

The Sixers started December and had their longest losing streak of the year, losing six-straight games. On Dec. 14 against the Nuggets, Iverson became the 93rd player in NBA history to eclipse the 15,000-point mark. From Dec. 18-22, Iverson had three-straight games with 40-plus points, including back-to-back games with 50 or more points--he was the seventh NBA player to accomplish this feat. Iverson’s performance earned him Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors; the first of three times that he would win the award in 2004-05.

The Sixers wrapped up a six-game West Coast road trip with a 4-2 record. After losing three-straight games (1/7 to 1/12), the team captured four of the next six games. On Feb. 12, Iverson would become the second Sixers player in franchise history to score 60 or more points in a game, finishing with a career-high 60 points vs. Orlando. The Sixers entered the NBA All-Star Break with a 26-27 record.

Three players – Iverson, Iguodala, and Korver – represented the Sixers at All-Star Weekend in Denver. Iguodala and Korver competed in the got milk? Rookie Challenge. Korver also competed in his second-straight three-point shootout, finishing second and Iverson earned his second All-Star Game MVP award after leading the Eastern Conference with 15 points, nine assists and four steals.

During the All-Star break, the Sixers acquired five-time All-Star Chris Webber along with Michael Bradley and Matt Barnes from the Sacramento Kings in exchange for Brian Skinner, Kenny Thomas and Corliss Williamson. The Sixers also dealt Glenn Robinson to New Orleans for Rodney Rogers and Jamal Mashburn (2/24). Webber made his Sixers debut against his former team on Feb. 26 at the Wachovia Center before a crowd of 21,068, the fifth largest crowd in the arena's history. A put-back by Webber fell short and the Kings held on for a 101-99 win, spoiling Webber’s debut.

The Sixers started March by winning three of their first four games and won six of eight games between March 11 and March 27. On March 13, Iguodala recorded his first NBA triple-double (10 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) becoming the second rookie in franchise history to record a triple-double (1953-54, Jim Tucker). After a win against the Lakers, the Sixers improved to 35-34 on the season, the first time the 76ers had a winning record since Nov. 14 (4-3).

The Sixers won their first four out of five games in April. Iverson set a new career-high in assists with 16 twice (vs. CLE, 4/8 and vs. MIL 4/16). The Sixers finished the season winning eight of their last 11 games.

The Sixers earned the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs after finishing with a 43-39 record overall. They faced the Detroit Pistons, guided by former Sixers Coach Larry Brown. The Pistons protected home court, capturing Game 1 and Game 2. During a Game 3 victory at the Wachovia Center, Iverson checked in with 37 points and 15 assists, becoming the fourth player in NBA Playoff history to have at least 35 points and 15 assists in a game. The Sixers won the game 115-106. In Game 4, the Sixers led by nine points in the fourth quarter before Detroit went on a 14-5 run. The game would go to overtime where Detroit outscored Philadelphia 14-9 and won the game 96-91. The series returned to Detroit, where the Pistons clinched the series in Game 5 with an 88-78 win.