2002-03 Philadelphia 76ers Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 48-34
Finishing 2nd in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 6-6 Lost conference semi-finals
Conference First Round - Defeated New Orleans Hornets 4-2
Conference Semifinals - Lost to Detroit Pistons 4-2
Coach: Larry Brown (48-34)
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 807,097, Avg. 19,685 in 41 home dates
2002-03 Philadelphia 76ers Statistics
2002-03 Philadelphia 76ers Results

The Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association ended the 2002-03 season with a record of 48 wins and 34 losses, finishing second in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 6-6. Larry Brown coached the team. The 2002-03 Philadelphia 76ers lost in the conference semi-finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Mark BryantF-CApril 25, 19656'9"245Seton HallGlen Ridge, CA USA
Greg BucknerGSeptember 16, 19766'4"210ClemsonHopkinsville, KY USA
Derrick ColemanFJune 21, 19676'10"230SyracuseMobile, AL USA
Tyrone HillC-FMarch 19, 19686'9"240Xavier (OH)Cincinnati, OH USA
Allen IversonGJune 7, 19756'0"165GeorgetownHampton, VA USA
Art LongF-COctober 1, 19736'9"240CincinnatiRochester, NY USA
Todd MacCullochCJanuary 27, 19767'0"255WashingtonWinnipeg, MAN CAN
Aaron McKieGOctober 2, 19726'5"209TemplePhiladelphia, PA USA
Efthimios RentziasCJanuary 11, 19766'11"243noneTrikala, GRE
John SalmonsG-FDecember 12, 19796'6"210Miami (FL)Philadelphia, PA USA
Kenny SatterfieldGApril 12, 19816'2"186CincinnatiNew York, NY USA
Brian SkinnerF-CMay 19, 19766'9"255BaylorTemple, TX USA
Eric SnowGApril 24, 19736'3"190Michigan StateCanton, OH USA
Kenny ThomasF-CJuly 25, 19776'7"245New MexicoAtlanta, GA USA
Keith Van HornFOctober 23, 19756'9"220UtahFullerton, CA USA
Monty WilliamsFOctober 8, 19716'8"225Notre DameFredericksburg, VA USA



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