- $21 for one ticket for mezzanine corner seating in rows 8–15 ($23 value)
- $25 for one ticket for mezzanine center seating in rows 8–15 ($29 value)
- $28 for one ticket for mezzanine corner seating in rows 4–7 ($32 value)
- Every fan in attendance will receive a free T-shirt, courtesy of Independence Blue Cross
- Click here to view the seating chart.
The Scouting Report
This past June, the 76ers used their third-overall pick to draft Jahlil Okafor, who led Duke to its fifth National Championship last season as a freshman. The 6’11” center—who doesn’t turn 20 until December—joins 2014–15 All-Rookie First Team selection Nerlens Noel to form what has the potential to be the NBA’s best front court for years to come. With Okafor unwrapped from his new-rookie packaging, fans will finally have the chance to witness the duo in action during the thrilling atmosphere of opening night on October 30. That night—the first regular season home game—the 76ers will take on the Utah Jazz, another team loaded with young talent.
In 1949, the Syracuse Nationals joined five other clubs from the Basketball Association of America to join in creating the original 17-team National Basketball Association. After the Warriors bolted for the West Coast in 1963, two Philadelphians bought the Nationals, and—following a name-the-team contest much like the one in which “Franklin World” narrowly lost to “The United States”—Philly’s new team adopted the 76ers moniker. In more than 60 seasons, the 76ers have made the playoffs 47 times and yielded a total of three championships—most recently in 1982–83, when the team won 65 games, the second most in franchise history.