Philadelphia 76ers 1967 NBA Champions Ball
Own a piece of NBA history with the Limited Release 1967 Philadelphia 76ers NBA Champions Ball!
An Australian & New Zealand exclusive this limited NBA Championship Range features all the historic statistics and detail from the iconic series.
Showcasing the NBA Championship logo and Spalding logo from the era, alongside the season and playoff records from that winning year.
- Includes Official Philadelphia 76ers logo and 1967 Champions emblem
- Official size & Weight (Size 7)
- Comes in a display box (cardboard)
One of Histories greatest teams ever
For almost 30 years, the 1966-67 season stood alone in history. It was, at the time, the best record in NBA history — a huge .840 win percentage. Wilt Chamberlain and the Sixers were 46-4 through 50 games. That’s the same record the 2015-16 Warriors had through 50 games.
Post Season Phenoms
Wilt deserves immense credit, for obvious reasons. He’s a top-five player in NBA history — a physical anomaly of unheard-of size and speed prior to the 1960s. In the postseason, Chamberlain averaged 21.7 points, 29.1 rebounds and 9.0 assists.
It wasn’t all on Chamberlain, though. The Sixers had five other All-Stars in Hal Greer, Chet Walker, Billy Cunningham, Wali Jones and Luke Jackson. In the modern era, that’s what we call a superteam.
Philadelphia was stacked top to bottom, elevated by Chamberlain’s infinite greatness. It wasn’t a dynasty — Chamberlain was traded after just one more season — but it was a dynasty killer. The Sixers put an end to the Celtics’ eight-year run as NBA champions.
The 76ers started the season at 46–4, which remains the best 50-game start in the NBA history (though tied in the Warriors 2015-16 season).
They finished the season at 68–13, the best record in league history at the time. In the 1st round of the playoffs, they swept the Cincinnati Royals, then in the Eastern Conference Finals, defeated the Boston Celtics (a team that had won 8 consecutive titles & 9 out of the last 10) 4 games to 1.
In the Finals, they defeated the San Francisco Warriors, 4 games to 2
Own a piece of History
Get your own piece of NBA history with the Limited Release 1967 Philadelphia 76ers NBA World Championship Ball!
Basketball Display Case
The perfect way to display
The Spalding Basketball Display Case
- Perfect to display your treasured Philadelphia 76ers 1967 NBA World Championship Ball.
- High-quality clear acrylic panels.
- Provides protection for your prized basketball.
- Easy to assemble.
- Dimensions: 26.8cm(L) x 26.8cm(W) x 27.9cm(H)
*Case Sold Separately
1967 76ers Win Championship
|Playing Surface||Indoor / Outdoor|
|Size||7 - 29.5"|
|Inflation Guide||8 psi|
|Age||Males 12 +|