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Philadelphia is home to some of the most passionate sports fans in the world, and that passion extends to their love for their Sixers. Philly’s basketball team has been a mainstay in the NBA playoffs for many eras of competition, with many memorable moments coming with those trips to the playoffs for one of the great franchises in league history.

Of course, you can’t talk about the Sixers in the playoffs without saying three magic words: "Fo', Fo', Fo'." That was Moses Malone’s prediction as to what would happen in the three rounds of the 1983 NBA playoffs, to say that the Sixers would win four games in each of those series which would lead to a championship. Malone was absolutely right in saying that, as the Sixers beat the Knicks, Bucks, and Lakers, going 12-1 in the playoffs en route to the title.

Malone paired up with Julius Irving on that team, creating a very fun and interesting team that could hurt you in a number of ways. With Malone’s tough, direct style and Irving’s graceful and hyper-athletic skill, the Sixers could beat different types of teams when they needed to, something they showed in the playoffs that year.

And who could forget the Sixers’ run to the Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2000-2001 season? Led by Allen Iverson, the Sixers played with the chip that you could find on The Answer’s shoulder. Undersized but unafraid, Iverson led the Sixers to the conference title, where they ran into the Los Angeles Lakers in the Finals.

The most memorable moment from that run to the Finals was Iverson’s crossover and jumper over Lakers guard Tyronn Lue, where Iverson buried the jump shot and stepped over a fallen Lue after doing so. It was the perfect encapsulation of the aggressive way Iverson played the game, and was a moment that will forever be replayed by Sixers fans and basketball fans alike.

That era of Sixers basketball was plenty of fun beyond the stepover as well, with legendary shot blocker Dikembe Mutombo joining Iverson and players like Eric Snow to create a loveable underdog through and through.

When Do Sixers Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Playoffs tickets for the Philadelphia 76ers usually go on sale in late March or early April, depending on how the team is playing. If they are set to be one of the top seeds in the playoffs, those tickets might go on sale earlier, whereas they may go on sale very close to the start of the postseason if the team is hanging onto a playoff spot by the skin of their teeth.

How Much Do Sixers Playoff Tickets Cost?

Sixers playoff tickets vary in price based on what sections a fan is looking for tickets in, as well as what part of the playoffs those tickets are for. Seats closer to the court tend to be more expensive than seats in the mid-to-upper levels, and tickets to the later rounds of the playoffs tend to be more expensive than tickets to the first or second round. On average, though, 76ers playoff tickets resell for $190.

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