2000-01 Philadelphia 76ers Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 56-26
Finishing 1st in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 12-11 Lost finals
Conference First Round - Defeated Indiana Pacers 3-1
Conference Semifinals - Defeated Toronto Raptors 4-3
Conference Finals - Defeated Milwaukee Bucks 4-3
Finals - Lost to Los Angeles Lakers 4-1
Coach: Larry Brown (56-26)
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 805,692, Avg. 19,651 in 41 home dates
2000-01 Philadelphia 76ers Statistics
2000-01 Philadelphia 76ers Results

The Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association ended the 2000-01 season with a record of 56 wins and 26 losses, finishing first in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 12-11.

Philadelphia scored 7,763 points and allowed 7,412. Allen Iverson scored a team-leading 2,207 points for the 76ers, and Tyrone Hill contributed 687 rebounds. Aaron McKie dished out 377 assists for the squad.

On defense, Allen Iverson added 178 steals, while Theo Ratliff blocked 187 shots.

Larry Brown coached the team. The 2000-01 Philadelphia 76ers lost in the finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Raja BellGSeptember 19, 19766'5"210Florida InternationalSt. Croix, ISV
Rodney BufordG-FNovember 2, 19776'5"189CreightonMilwaukee, WI USA
Matt GeigerCSeptember 10, 19697'0"243Georgia TechSalem, MA USA
Tyrone HillC-FMarch 19, 19686'9"240Xavier (OH)Cincinnati, OH USA
Allen IversonGJune 7, 19756'0"165GeorgetownHampton, VA USA
Jumaine JonesF-CFebruary 10, 19796'8"218GeorgiaCocoa, FL USA
Toni KukocG-FSeptember 18, 19686'10"192noneSplit, CRO
George LynchFSeptember 3, 19706'8"218North CarolinaRoanoke, VA USA
Todd MacCullochCJanuary 27, 19767'0"255WashingtonWinnipeg, MAN CAN
Vernon MaxwellGSeptember 12, 19656'4"180FloridaGainesville, FL USA
Aaron McKieGOctober 2, 19726'5"209TemplePhiladelphia, PA USA
Roshown McLeodFNovember 17, 19756'8"221DukeJersey City, NJ USA
Anthony MillerFOctober 22, 19716'9"225Michigan StateBenton Harbor, MI USA
Nazr MohammedCSeptember 5, 19776'10"221KentuckyChicago, IL USA
Dikembe MutomboCJune 25, 19667'2"245GeorgetownKinshasa, ZAI
Kevin OllieGDecember 27, 19726'4"195ConnecticutDallas, TX USA
Theo RatliffF-CApril 17, 19736'10"225WyomingDemopolis, AL USA
Pepe SanchezGMay 8, 19776'4"195TempleBahia Blanca, ARG
Eric SnowGApril 24, 19736'3"190Michigan StateCanton, OH USA


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