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Philadelphia 76ers Tickets – Life After Iverson

While many fans with Philadelphia 76ers tickets were heartbroken to see Allen Iverson hit the road the effect on the team was basically nil. In fact, now that the fiery and controversial Iverson is gone there are some interesting things happening with the Philadelphia 76ers. Losing their focal point seems to have generated a new sense of team spirit amongst the reaming team members, who look like they’re jelling into more of a group rather than individuals surrounding a star player. After Iverson’s departurePhiladelphiacame close to breaking even and narrowly missed a chance at the post-season. Sticking together seems to be working for Philadelphia and 76ers tickets could benefit in the long run.

The New 76ers – Who’s On First?

Don’t underestimate motivation and the team concept. The Philadelphia 76ers know they’ll have to come out and play well to have a chance in the Atlantic Division. Keeping almost the entire roster intact should help. Remember, this is a group that ended the season 17-9 last year so things are beginning to come together.

Iverson’s exit left a hole filled nicely by Andre Iguodala. With big shoes to fill Iguodala managed to put up 18 points a game. More importantly he exhibited something Iverson always had a problem with: The willingness to pass the ball to an open player. Rather than grandstanding, Iguodala shared and that seems to have had a good effect on the rest of the 76ers. Andre Miller, who came over in the trade, also fit in nicely. Finishing 3rd on the team with 13.4 points per game, Miller approached double digits in assists, something Iverson rarely did.

Philadelphia 76ers Tickets – An Uphill Battle

Of all the teams in the Atlantic Division, 76ers tickets offer the biggest mystery. Philadelphia is somewhat of an unknown quantity. The overall effect of changing the roster and not looking back remains to be seen. Other teams in their division, like the Celtics, made a major splash in the free agent market. Meanwhile the 76ers are building from within. But basketball is a team game and the 76ers are now playing team basketball. Is this the ticket to winning? Only Philadelphia76ers tickets hold the answer to that question.   

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Caldwell Jones longtime pro center dies doing something he grew to love -

Caldwell Jones longtime pro center dies doing something he grew to love
Jones played for eight teams in 17 pro seasons. Once nearly a 20-point-a-game scorer in the ABA, he became a role player after entering the NBA with the Philadelphia 76ers, who had the likes of Julius Erving and George McGinnis to take care of the offense.

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Former NBA center Jones passes away - Baltimore Sun

Former NBA center Jones passes away
Baltimore Sun
Jones averaged 7.9 points, 8.2 rebounds and 1.8 blocks over 1,068 NBA games from 1976-90 and was named to the league's All-Defensive Team following the 1980-81 and 1981-82 seasons while still with the Sixers. The Arkansas native also played for ...

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Sixers great Caldwell Jones dies at 64 - The News Journal

Sixers great Caldwell Jones dies at 64
The News Journal
Caldwell "Pops" Jones, who played six seasons in Philadelphia and helped the 76ers reach the NBA Finals in 1977, '80 and '82, died Sunday from a heart attack. He was 64. The 6-foot-11 center and forward averaged 7.9 points, 8.2 rebounds and 1.8 blocks ...

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Caldwell Jones, 2-Time NBA All-Defensive Team Center, Dies at 64 - Businessweek

Caldwell Jones, 2-Time NBA All-Defensive Team Center, Dies at 64
Jones was selected in the second round of the 1973 draft by the Philadelphia 76ers, becoming an American Basketball Association All-Star before joining the 76ers in 1976. He played six seasons for the 76ers, reaching the NBA Finals three times, and was a ...

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Caldwell Jones, once a steady player in 76ers frontcourt, dies at 64 -

Caldwell Jones, once a steady player in 76ers frontcourt, dies at 64
Caldwell Jones, a rail-thin frontcourt player who helped the 76ers reach the NBA Finals three times, died Sunday of a heart attack in Decatur, Ga. Mr. Jones, 64, was one of four brothers to reach the NBA after playing at Albany State College. He began his ...

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