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                          ***** Philadelphia 76ers *****
     
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     Team Founded:  1949-50
     Team History:  1946-49       - Formed as Syracuse Nationals (National
                                    Basketball League)
                    1949-63       - Syracuse Nationals (Joined NBA)
                    1963-Present  - Philadelphia 76ers
     
     Arena Address:
     Wells Fargo Center
     1 CoreStates Complex
     Philadelphia, PA 19148
     
     Opened:  August 31, 1996
     First Official Game:  November 1, 1996, loss to Milwaukee Bucks, 111-103
     Arena Capacity: 21,000
     
     Majority Owner: Joshua Harris
     General Manager: Sam Hinkie
     President: Rod Thorn
     Head Coach: Brett Brown
     
                             Coaching History:
     
     Term:              Coach                        Reg.Season      Playoff
     1946-49            Benny Borgmann                45- 59          1- 6
     1949-57            Al Cervi                     334-224         45-29
                        (Replaced after 12 games of the 1956-57 Season)
                          Paul Seymour                  34- 26          0- 2
     1957-59            Paul Seymour                 122- 97          9-11
     1960-62            Alex Hannum                  127-112          8-10
     1963-65            Dolph Schayes                129-111          9-12
     1966-67            Alex Hannum                  130- 33         18-10
     1968-71            Jack Ramsay                  174-154          5-12
     1972-73            Roy Rubin                      4- 47
                        (Replaced after 51 games in 1972-73 Season)
                        Kevin Loughery                 5- 26
                        (Interim Head Coach for 31 games of 1972-73 Season)
     1973-78            Gene Shue                    157-177         11-11
                        (Replaced after 6 games in 1977-78 Season)
                        Billy Cunningham              53- 23          6-4
     1978-85            Billy Cunningham             401-173         60-35
     1986-88            Matt Guokas                  129- 88          8- 9
                        (Replaced after 43 games in 1987-88 Season)
                        Jim Lynam                     16- 23
     1987-92            Jim Lynam                    180-150          8-13
     1992-93            Doug Moe                      19- 37
                        (Replaced after 56 games in 1992-93 Season)
                        Fred Carter                    7- 19
     1993-94            Fred Carter                   25- 57
     1994-96            John Lucas                    42-122
     1996-97            Johnny Davis                  22- 60
     1997-2003          Larry Brown                  255-205         28-30
     2003-04            Randy Ayers                   21- 31
                        (Replaced after 52 games in 2003-04 Season)
     2004               Chris Ford                    12- 18
     2004-2005          Jim O'Brien                   43- 39          1- 4
     2005-2008          Maurice Cheeks               122-147          2- 4
                        (Replaced after 23 games in 2008-09 Season)
                        Tony DiLeo                    32- 27          2- 4
                        (Interim coach for 59 games in 2008-09 Season)
     2009-2010          Eddie Jordan                  27- 55
     2010-2013          Doug Collins                 110-120          8-10
     2013-present       Brett Brown                   19- 63
     
     Retired Numbers: (8)
     
      3 - Allen Iverson
      6 - Julius Erving
     10 - Maurice Cheeks
     13 - Wilt Chamberlain
     15 - Hal Greer
     24 - Bobby Jones
     32 - Billy Cunningham
     34 - Charles Barkley
     
     76ers in the Hall of Fame: (16)
     
     1972 - Dolph Schayes
     1975 - Harry Litwack
     1978 - Wilt Chamberlain
     1981 - Hal Greer
     1985 - Billy Cunningham
     1992 - Jack Ramsay
     1993 - Julius Erving
     1993 - Frank McGuire
     1994 - Chuck Daly
     1997 - Bailey Howell
     1998 - Alex Hannum
     2000 - Robert McAdoo
     2001 - Moses Malone
     2002 - Larry Brown
     2006 - Charles Barkley
     2012 - Chet Walker
     
     POST-SEASON APPEARANCES:
     
     Championships: (3) 1955, '67, '83
     Division Titles: (12) 1950, '52, '55, '66, '67, '68, '77, '78, '81,
     '83, '90, 2001
     
     Most Valuable Player                   Rookie of the Year
     --------------------                   ------------------
     (Maurice Podoloff Trophy)              (Eddie Gotlieb Trophy)
     1966 - Wilt Chamberlain                1997 - Allen Iverson
     1967 - Wilt Chamberlain
     1968 - Wilt Chamberlain
     1981 - Julius Erving
     1983 - Moses Malone
     2001 - Allen Iverson
     
     Coach of the Year                      Executive of the Year
     -----------------                      ---------------------
     (Red Auerbach Trophy)
     1966 - Dolph Schayes                   None
     2001 - Larry Brown
     
                                Yearly Records:
     
                              Reg. Season                Playoffs
     Year    Location      W   L   Pct.  Pos.  Div.    W   L   Pct.
     ---------------------------------------------------------------------
     1949-50 Syracuse     51  13   .797  (1)   East    6   5   .545
     1950-51 Syracuse     32  34   .485  (4)   East    4   3   .571
     1951-52 Syracuse     40  26   .606  (1)   East    3   4   .429
     1952-53 Syracuse     47  24   .662  (2)   East    0   2   .000
     1953-54 Syracuse     42  30   .583  (2t)  East    9   4   .692
     1954-55 Syracuse     43  29   .597  (1)   East    7   4   .636 NBA Champions
     1955-56 Syracuse     35  37   .486  (4)   East    4   4   .500
     1956-57 Syracuse     38  34   .528  (2)   East    2   3   .400
     1957-58 Syracuse     41  31   .569  (2)   East    1   2   .333
     1958-59 Syracuse     35  37   .486  (3)   East    5   4   .556
     1959-60 Syracuse     45  30   .600  (3)   East    1   2   .333
     1960-61 Syracuse     38  41   .481  (3)   East    4   4   .500
     1961-62 Syracuse     41  39   .512  (3)   East    2   3   .400
     1962-63 Syracuse     48  32   .600  (2)   East    2   3   .400
     1963-64 Philadelphia 34  46   .425  (3)   East    2   3   .400
     1964-65 Philadelphia 40  40   .500  (3)   East    6   5   .545
     1965-66 Philadelphia 55  25   .688  (1)   East    1   4   .200
     1966-67 Philadelphia 68  13   .840  (1)   East   11   4   .733 NBA Champions
     1967-68 Philadelphia 62  20   .756  (1)   East    7   6   .538
     1968-69 Philadelphia 55  27   .671  (2)   East    1   4   .200
     1969-70 Philadelphia 42  40   .512  (4)   East    1   4   .200
     1970-71 Philadelphia 47  35   .573  (2)   East    3   4   .429
     1971-72 Philadelphia 30  52   .366  (3)   East
     1972-73 Philadelphia  9  73   .110  (4)   Atl
     1973-74 Philadelphia 25  57   .305  (4)   Atl
     1974-75 Philadelphia 34  48   .415  (4)   Atl
     1975-76 Philadelphia 46  36   .561  (3)   Atl     1   2   .333
     1976-77 Philadelphia 50  32   .610  (1)   Atl    10   9   .526
     1977-78 Philadelphia 55  27   .671  (1)   Atl     6   4   .600
     1978-79 Philadelphia 47  35   .573  (2)   Atl     5   4   .556
     1979-80 Philadelphia 59  23   .720  (2)   Atl    12   6   .667
     1980-81 Philadelphia 62  20   .756  (1t)  Atl     9   7   .562
     1981-82 Philadelphia 58  24   .707  (2)   Atl    12   9   .571
     1982-83 Philadelphia 65  17   .793  (1)   Atl    12   1   .923 NBA Champions
     1983-84 Philadelphia 52  30   .634  (2)   Atl     2   3   .400
     1984-85 Philadelphia 58  24   .707  (2)   Atl     8   5   .615
     1985-86 Philadelphia 54  28   .659  (2)   Atl     6   6   .500
     1986-87 Philadelphia 45  37   .549  (2)   Atl     2   3   .400
     1987-88 Philadelphia 36  46   .439  (4)   Atl
     1988-89 Philadelphia 46  36   .561  (2)   Atl     0   3   .000
     1989-90 Philadelphia 53  29   .646  (1)   Atl     4   6   .400
     1990-91 Philadelphia 44  38   .537  (2)   Atl     4   4   .500
     1991-92 Philadelphia 35  47   .427  (5)   Atl
     1992-93 Philadelphia 26  56   .317  (6)   Atl
     1993-94 Philadelphia 25  57   .305  (6)   Atl
     1994-95 Philadelphia 24  58   .294  (6)   Atl
     1995-96 Philadelphia 18  64   .220  (7)   Atl
     1996-97 Philadelphia 22  60   .268  (6)   Atl
     1997-98 Philadelphia 31  51   .378  (7)   Atl
     1998-99 Phila.*      28  22   .560  (3)   Atl     3   5   .375
     1999-00 Philadelphia 49  33   .598  (3)   Atl     5   5   .500
     2000-01 Philadelphia 56  26   .683  (1)   Atl    12  11   .521
     2001-02 Philadelphia 43  39   .524  (3)   Atl     2   3   .400
     2002-03 Philadelphia 48  34   .585  (2)   Atl     6   6   .500
     2003-04 Philadelphia 33  49   .402  (5)   Atl
     2004-05 Philadelphia 43  39   .524  (2)   Atl     1   4   .200
     2005-06 Philadelphia 38  44   .463  (2)   Atl
     2006-07 Philadelphia 35  47   .427  (3)   Atl
     2007-08 Philadelphia 40  42   .488  (3)   Atl     2   4   .333
     2008-09 Philadelphia 41  41   .500  (2)   Atl     2   4   .333
     2009-10 Philadelphia 27  55   .329  (4)   Atl
     2010-11 Philadelphia 41  41   .500  (3)   Atl     1   4   .200
     2011-12 Phila.*      35  31   .530  (3)   Atl     7   6   .538
     2012-13 Philadelphia 34  48   .416  (4t)  Atl
     2013-14 Philadelphia 19  63   .232  (5)   Atl
     
     * - strike-shortened season
     
     Overall Regular Season Record:   2698 - 2442  (.525)
     Overal Post Season Record:        216 -  205  (.513)
     
     04/22 10:15:51 ET
    
    

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      Tournament to honor Spring Hill firefighter Video included

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      In 2010, James Santella, a firefighter from Spring Hill, started having trouble putting his gear on. Shortly after, he was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
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      Boys and Girls Clubs of the Suncoast 'Youth of the Year' Video included

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      Boys and Girls Clubs play a vital role in communities across the country. Here in the Bay Area, the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Suncoast serve as a safe place for local kids to learn and grow. Each year, they select somebody who promotes service to the club and shows strong moral character and academic success as their Youth of the Year. Recently, Kassindjaa Montague was given this honor. She sits down with Jenn to tell us her story. More>>

      Furry friends from Suncoast Animal League stop by Video included

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      The Suncoast Animal League is a non-profit, no-kill, no-time limit animal rescue agency located in Palm Harbor. Executive Director Rick Chaboudy More>>

      8 fun things to do in Tampa Bay this weekend | February 14-15

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      For the first time ever in the Tampa Bay area, the Deaf Literacy Center is holding a 100% voices off silent dinner. Everybody working at the restaurant this evening will be deaf or hard of hearing, including servers, cashiers, and bartenders. The event is taking place on February 15th at 4pm at Farmer Boy Restaurant in Clearwater. Pattie Sanchez from The Diversity Initiative, Pinellas Public Library Cooperative's Deaf Literacy Coordinator Rosa Rodriguez, and volunteer/advocate Jenny Locy stop... More>>

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      In December, LIN Media and Media General merged to create the second largest broadcasting company in the country. The former CEO and President of LIN Media, Vince Sadusky, was placed at the helm of the new and improved Media General. More>>

      Bill Schifino, Jr talks about being President-Elect of the Florida Bar Video included

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      Earlier this month, Bill Schifino, Jr. was announced as the 2015-16 President-Elect of the Florida Bar. Schifino comes to this position with a strong resume. More>>

      Trio sets off on 900 mile trek across Florida Video included

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      • Heath Matters: Trinity Spine Center

        Heath Matters: Trinity Spine Center

        Friday, January 16 2015 12:49 PM EST2015-01-16 17:49:27 GMT
        Trinity Spine Center uses Stem Cells for Back Pain.Stem cells are master cells of the body that are available for repairing damaged tissues and organs including spine discs and cartilage cushions in the joints.
        Trinity Spine Center uses Stem Cells for Back Pain.Stem cells are master cells of the body that are available for repairing damaged tissues and organs including spine discs and cartilage cushions in the joints.
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