Including the Syracuse Nationals, the franchise in total has three NBA championships, with two of the greatest teams ever assembled, the 1967, and 1983 Philadelphia 76ers led by the likes of Wilt Chamberlain, Moses Malone, and Julius Erving.
The 67 Sixers were one of two teams to have ever beaten the Celtics, and the reason being was Wilt Chamberlain transforming himself into a defensive monster, and offensive anchor that could run your offense with his passing ability.
It also helped with a tremendous supporting cast with the likes of Billy Cunningham, Luke Jackson, Hal Greer, and Chet Walker.
In the 80's, the Sixers were always the contenders, but once they acquired Moses Malone from the Houston Rockets, they took off and immediately won the NBA championship.
With amazing defense, and efficient offense, it was a sum of all parts that created the "Fo Fo Fo 76ers."
Julius Erving, Moses Malone aforementioned, Maurice Cheeks, Bobby Jones, and the "Boston Stranger," Andrew Toney were only some of the names that highlighted that team.
In the late 90's, and most of the 2000's, the Sixers were led by one of the greatest little man scorers to have ever played the game, in Allen Iverson.
I'll be honest that I'm not the biggest fan of his style of play, but what he was able to accomplish with a Finals berth, and an MVP, the accolades are undeniable.
PG - Maurice Cheeks - Hal Greer
SG - Allen Iverson - Andrew Toney
SF - Julius Erving - Billy Cunningham - Bobby Jones
PF - Charles Barkley - Dolph Schayes
C - Wilt Chamberlain - Moses Malone
*Greer out of position, but due to wanting Toney on the team as well, he'll be moved to PG.