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1964–65 Philadelphia 76ers season

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Subject: List of Philadelphia 76ers seasons, 1964–65 NBA season, 1964–65 Detroit Pistons season, 1964–65 San Francisco Warriors season, 1964–65 St. Louis Hawks season
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1964–65 Philadelphia 76ers season

Philadelphia 76ers season
Head coach Dolph Schayes
Arena Municipal Auditorium
Record 40–40 (.500)
Place Division: 3rd (Eastern)
Playoff finish East Division Finals
(eliminated 3–4)

The 1964-65 NBA season was the 76ers 16th season in the NBA and 2nd season in Philadelphia.[1]

Regular season

Season standings

x – clinched playoff spot


East Division Semifinals

(2) Cincinnati Royals vs. (3) Philadelphia 76ers: 76ers win series 3-1

  • Game 1 @ Cincinnati: Philadelphia 119, Cincinnati 117 (OT)
  • Game 2 @ Philadelphia: Cincinnati 121, Philadelphia 120
  • Game 3 @ Cincinnati: Philadelphia 109, Cincinnati 94
  • Game 4 @ Philadelphia: Philadelphia 119, Cincinnati 112

East Division Finals

(1) Boston Celtics vs. (3) Philadelphia 76ers: Celtics win series 4-3

  • Game 1 @ Boston: Boston 108, Philadelphia 98
  • Game 2 @ Philadelphia: Philadelphia 109, Boston 103
  • Game 3 @ Boston: Boston 112, Philadelphia 94
  • Game 4 @ Philadelphia: Philadelphia 134, Boston 131 (OT)
  • Game 5 @ Boston: Boston 114, Philadelphia 108
  • Game 6 @ Philadelphia: Philadelphia 112, Boston 106
  • Game 7 @ Boston: Boston 110, Philadelphia 109


Awards and records


  1. ^ 1964–65 Philadelphia 76ers
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