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2013–14 Philadelphia 76ers season

Philadelphia 76ers season
Head coach Brett Brown
Owner(s) Joshua Harris
Arena Wells Fargo Center
Results
Record 19–63 (.232)
Place Division: 5th (Atlantic)
Conference: 14th (Eastern)
Playoff finish Did not qualify

Local media
Television CSN (72 games)
TCN (8 games)
Radio WPEN

The 2013–14 Philadelphia 76ers season was the 75th season of the franchise, the 65th in the National Basketball Association (NBA), and the 51st in Philadelphia. The season was notable for the 76ers tying Cleveland's NBA record for most consecutive losses with 26, a streak that started with a 99–125 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on January 31 and ended with a 123–98 win over the Detroit Pistons on March 29. They were 15-30 after 45 games and finished with 4 wins and 33 losses in their last 37 games.

Key dates

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality College
1 11 Carter-Williams, MichaelMichael Carter-Williams PG/SG  United States Syracuse
2 35 Rice, Jr., GlenGlen Rice, Jr. (from New Orleans,[upper-alpha 1]traded to Washington)[upper-alpha 2] SG  United States Rio Grande Valley Vipers (NBDL)
2 42 Jackson, PierrePierre Jackson (traded to New Orleans)[upper-alpha 3] PG  United States Baylor

Roster

Pre-season

Regular season

Season standings

Atlantic Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div GP
y-Toronto Raptors 48 34 .585 0.0 26–15 22–19 11–5 82
x-Brooklyn Nets 44 38 .537 4.0 28–13 16–25 9–7 82
New York Knicks 37 45 .451 11.0 19–22 18–23 10–6 82
Boston Celtics 25 57 .305 23.0 16–25 9–32 5–11 82
Philadelphia 76ers 19 63 .232 29.0 10–31 9–32 5–11 82
Eastern Conference
# Team W L PCT GB GP
1 c-Indiana Pacers * 56 26 .683 82
2 y-Miami Heat * 54 28 .659 2.0 82
3 y-Toronto Raptors * 48 34 .585 8.0 82
4 x-Chicago Bulls 48 34 .585 8.0 82
5 x-Washington Wizards 44 38 .537 12.0 82
6 x-Brooklyn Nets 44 38 .537 12.0 82
7 x-Charlotte Bobcats 43 39 .524 13.0 82
8 x-Atlanta Hawks 38 44 .463 18.0 82
9 New York Knicks 37 45 .451 19.0 82
10 Cleveland Cavaliers 33 49 .402 23.0 82
11 Detroit Pistons 29 53 .354 27.0 82
12 Boston Celtics 25 57 .305 31.0 82
13 Orlando Magic 23 59 .280 33.0 82
14 Philadelphia 76ers 19 63 .232 37.0 82
15 Milwaukee Bucks 15 67 .183 41.0 82

Game Log

Notes

  1. ^ On January 4, 2012, the Philadelphia 76ers acquired the Memphis Grizzlies' 2012 second round pick and the New Orleans Hornets' 2013 second round pick (the 35th pick) in a three team trade involving Marreese Speights.[1]
  2. ^ The Philadelphia 76ers traded 35th pick Glen Rice, Jr. to the Washington Wizards in exchange for 38th pick Nate Wolters and 54th pick Arsalan Kazemi.[2]
  3. ^ The New Orleans Pelicans traded 6th pick Nerlens Noel and a 2014 protected first-round pick to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for Jrue Holiday and 42nd pick Pierre Jackson.[2]

References

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