Whether you’re looking for moneylines, run lines, totals or parlays, FOX Bet is the place to be for online Philadelphia 76ers betting all season long. You can also make futures wagers on whether the 76ers will make the playoffs or will win the NBA Championship, and which players will ultimately lead the league in a variety of categories or be honored with end-of-year awards.
There is a full slate of Philadelphia 76ers betting available throughout the NBA season, starting with the beginning of the regular season in October. In seasons where the team reaches the postseason, 76ers playoff odds are offered starting in April and potentially all the way to the NBA Finals in June.
The Philadelphia 76ers are one of five teams in the Atlantic Division of the NBA’s Eastern Conference along with the Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors. The franchise was founded in 1946 and originally known as the Syracuse Nationals. They have won three NBA championships, with their first coming as the Syracuse Nationals in 1955.
In the 1964–65 season, the 76ers acquired the legendary Wilt Chamberlain from the Warriors; Chamberlain had been a high school legend at Overbrook High School in Philadelphia and began his career with the Warriors while they still played in Philadelphia. The 76ers would push the Celtics to seven games in the semifinals, with the 76ers trailing 110–109 in Game 7. After Hal Greer's pass was stolen by John Havlicek, the Celtics went on to beat the Los Angeles Lakers and win the NBA Championship. The Sixers’ second title would have to wait another two years—when Chamberlain would lead the 1967 team to the title.
The Philadelphia 76ers’ third title came in 1983. The team acquired superstar center Moses Malone from the Houston Rockets prior to the 1982–83 season, and behind Malone and Julius “Dr. J” Erving would go on to win 65 games. Malone was named League MVP, and the Sixers would breeze through the postseason, sweeping the New York Knicks before beating the Milwaukee Bucks in five games and then sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. Malone was named the playoffs' MVP. The 76ers have been back to the NBA Finals only once since then, which was in 2001, where they were led by Allen Iverson and lost to the Lakers in five games.
The Philadelphia 76ers’ all-time scoring leader is Hal Greer with 21,586 points, and the franchise leader in rebounds is Dolph Schayes with 11,256. Maurice Cheeks holds the Sixers’ franchise records for most assists with 6,212 and steals with 1,942. Julius Erving is the 76ers’ all-time leader in blocked shots with 1,293. The 885 three-pointers Allen Iverson made as a 76er is a franchise record, as is the 2,864 three-point shots that Iverson attempted as a member of the Sixers.