Robert Grey Reynolds Jr. con 1963-1964 Philadelphia 76ers (English Edition)
The Syracuse Nationals moved to Philadelphia for the 1963-1964 season, playing their home games at Convention Hall. The most famous 76er, Wilt Chamberlain, was in San Francisco playing for the Warriors, a team that left Philadelphia. The '63-'64 team was a hustling group whose main weakness was rebounding. The club was not without its great shooters, such as Hal Greer, Lee Shaffer and Johnny Kerr. Fortunately the New York Knicks were in decline, enabling Philadelphia to secure a playoff spot in the Eastern Division of the NBA. My e-book reads like a scrapbook with headlines and photos taken from newspapers interspersed with game descriptions and highlights of the 76ers first season in Philadelphia.