76ERS LEGACY NFT COLLECTION

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For the 2021-22 season, we’re celebrating the NBA’s 75th anniversary by looking back on our team’s beloved home from 1967-1996, the Philadelphia Spectrum. Teams are shaped & remembered by the arenas they play in – rivalries are defined and iconic moments etched in memory. The spirit of the 76ers wouldn’t be what it is today without “America’s Showplace.”

Own and collect these exclusive limited-edition pieces of 76ers history. The Philadelphia 76ers Legacy NFT Collection showcases 13 officially licensed commemorative tickets highlighting iconic games and moments that took place during the “Philadelphia Spectrum” era of basketball. Each NFT has been authenticated in partnership with Crypto.com. A portion of proceeds benefits the Sixers Youth Foundation. All 13 NFTs have dropped this season, but are still available on the resale market. See a summary of the individual Legacy Collection NFTs below.

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Legacy 13: Blocked Out

On December 11, 1982, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Julius Erving recorded his career high in blocks with eight for the 76ers in a 128-111 victory over the Detroit Pistons at the Spectrum. He also scored a game-high 44 points with 11 rebounds and seven assists in 41 minutes. Five months later, Erving and the 76ers won the NBA Championship. "Dr. J" is the franchise's all-time leader in blocked shots with 1,293 career rejections.

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COMPLETE CHALLENGES TO UNLOCK EXCLUSIVE REWARDS

If you are holding an ORIGINAL SERIES NFT in your NFT wallet by May 1, 2022 at 12AM EST, you are entitled to redeem an Ultimate 76ers Fan Experience for 2.

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If you are holding all 13 BANNER SERIES NFTs in your NFT wallet by May 1, 2022 at 12AM ET, you unlock the right to redeem an exclusive experience package.

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If you are holding all 13 SIGNATURE SERIES NFTs in your NFT wallet by May 1, 2022 at 12AM ET, you unlock the right to redeem an exclusive collectors package.

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Legacy 01: The Debut

On October 18, 1967, after moving from the Philadelphia Civic Center, the defending-champion 76ers played their first game at the Philadelphia Spectrum in front of 9,106 fans. The 76ers defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 103-87. Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famers Wilt Chamberlain and Billy Cunningham led the way for the Sixers. Cunningham scored a team-high 20 points, while Chamberlain posted 11 points with a game-high 30 rebounds and nine assists.

The 76ers went on to win 12 of their first 15 games that season, including the first seven games at the Spectrum. Philadelphia finished the 1967-68 campaign with the franchise's third straight Eastern Division title.

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Legacy 02: Stars Among Stars

The 76ers sent three All-Stars to the 1977 All-Star Game in Milwaukee: Doug Collins, Julius Erving and George McGinnis. Erving earned his first All-Star MVP award after posting a 30-point, 12-rebound double-double. Four months later, the Sixers made their fifth NBA Finals appearance in franchise history.

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Legacy 03: W’s

On December 13, 1994, the 76ers posted their 2,000th franchise victory with a 105-90 win over the Miami Heat at the Spectrum. In his lone season with the Sixers, and against his former team, Willie Burton posted 53 points on 12-for-19 shooting from the field, 5-for-8 from 3-point range and 24-for-28 from the free-throw line. The 76ers entered the 2021-22 season with 2,949 total wins, the third-most in NBA history.

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Legacy 04: Buckets

On February 9, 1988 against the Atlanta Hawks, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley registered a regular season career-high 47 points for the 76ers. Barkley, an 11-time NBA All-Star, played the full 48 minutes and tallied 13 field goals and 21 free throws. The league's rebounding champ the previous season, Barkley also grabbed 15 boards in the contest. Later in the 1987-88 campaign, on April 18, the Sixers retired Julius Erving's No. 6 jersey.

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Legacy 05: Shattered Norms

On December 5, 1979, Darryl Dawkins of the 76ers shattered the backboard with a powerful dunk in a 132-120 win over the San Antonio Spurs at the Spectrum. It was his second shattered backboard in a three-week span. The first one came in mid-November on the road against the Kansas City Kings. Dawkins was one of three Sixers to score 20-plus points in the early December victory, joining Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famers Julius Erving and Bobby Jones.

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Legacy 06: Stolen Goods

On January 5, 1987, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Maurice Cheeks recorded his career high in steals with nine for the 76ers in a 108-102 win over the Los Angeles Clippers at the Spectrum. He also scored 22 points and dished out a game-high 10 assists. Cheeks, who played 11 of his 15 seasons in Philadelphia, is the Sixers' all-time leader in both steals and assists.

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Legacy 07: Our Show

In front of a capacity crowd of 18,482 at the Spectrum, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Julius Erving delivered his famous "Rock the Baby" cradle dunk on January 5, 1983 against the Lakers. The Sixers improved to 25-5 with a 122-120 win. Erving tallied 27 points, five rebounds and five assists. Later that year, the Sixers swept the Lakers to capture the NBA Championship.

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Legacy 08: Mythical Numbers

In a game against the Detroit Pistons on February 2, 1968, Philadelphia's Wilt Chamberlain completed the first double triple-double in NBA history with 22 points, 25 rebounds and 21 assists. The historic performance headlined a 131-121 home victory at the Spectrum. Chamberlain, who posted 78 standard triple-doubles in his career, captured his third straight NBA MVP Award that season.

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Legacy 09: The Chant

The 76ers defeated the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the 1981-82 Eastern Conference Finals, sparking "Beat L.A." chants from the Boston crowd ahead of an NBA Finals series against the Los Angeles Lakers. Game 7 was a 120-106 result that included 34 points from Andrew Toney and 29 points, five assists, four rebounds, three steals and three blocks from Julius Erving.

The following postseason, on May 31, 1983, the 76ers defeated the Lakers 115-108 to win the NBA title. The Sixers culminated a 65-17 regular season and a 12-1 run through the playoffs with a sweep of the Lakers in the NBA Finals.

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Legacy 10: The Encore

On March 13, 2009, the 76ers played their final game at the Philadelphia Spectrum in front of 17,563 fans. Thaddeus Young netted a game-high 31 points for the home team in a 104-101 win over the Chicago Bulls. The game marked a special return to the Spectrum for the first time since the conclusion of the 1995-96 NBA season. Andre Igoudala added 25 points for the Sixers, while Samuel Dalembert pulled down 19 rebounds and Andre Miller delivered 13 assists.

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Legacy 11: Cleaning the Glass

On March 30, 1986, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley recorded his career high in rebounds with 25 for the 76ers in a 114-113 win over the Dallas Mavericks at the Spectrum. He also scored a game-high 32 points with four steals and three blocks. Fifteen years later, to the day, the Sixers retired Barkley's No. 34 jersey.

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Legacy 12: The Highest Point

Hal Greer passed Dolph Schayes as the all-time scoring leader in 76ers franchise history on February 10, 1970 against the Milwaukee Bucks. Greer, a fellow member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, achieved the feat with a 28-point effort against Lew Alcindor's Bucks. The first player to have his jersey number retired by the 76ers organization, Greer also ranks as the franchise's all-time leader in minutes played, field goals made and games played.

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Legacy 13: Blocked Out

On December 11, 1982, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Julius Erving recorded his career high in blocks with eight for the 76ers in a 128-111 victory over the Detroit Pistons at the Spectrum. He also scored a game-high 44 points with 11 rebounds and seven assists in 41 minutes. Five months later, Erving and the 76ers won the NBA Championship. "Dr. J" is the franchise's all-time leader in blocked shots with 1,293 career rejections.

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NFT FAQS

What is an NFT?

NFT stands for a non-fungible token, which represents a unique, irreplaceable digital asset. NFTs live on the blockchain, where digital records are strung together to verify the uniqueness of the item and create a chain of identifiable ownership. In-game assets, digital art, and collectible-related digital items are the most prominent types of NFTs today.

What NFT items are part of the Philadelphia 76ers Legacy NFT Collection?

The Philadelphia 76ers Legacy NFT Collection features a series of collectible NFTs. Each drop included an “Original” Series (1 of 1), a “Banner” Series (1 of 3) and a “Signature” Series (1 of 46). The Legacy Collection consisted of 13 drops of uniquely designed and officially licensed commemorative tickets highlighting iconic games and moments that took place during the “Philadelphia Spectrum” era of basketball. Each NFT is authenticated in partnership with Crypto.com. A portion of proceeds benefits the Sixers Youth Foundation.

When can I purchase a Philadelphia 76ers Legacy NFT? | When is the drop?

The last 76ers Legacy NFT dropped on April 10, 2022. It celebrated the night Julius Erving recorded his career high in blocks with eight for the 76ers in a 128-111 victory over the Detroit Pistons at the Spectrum. All NFTs are still available on the resale market. See summary of drops above.

How many Philadelphia 76ers NFT collectibles can I buy?

You can bid on and/or purchase as many NFTs as you like.

Where can I purchase a Philadelphia 76ers Legacy NFT? | Who is Crypto.com?

All Philadelphia 76ers NFTs can be purchased at Crypto.com/NFT. Crypto.com, the 76ers’ jersey patch sponsor, is the world’s fastest growing crypto app and offers services where you can buy and sell cryptocurrency and NFTs, spend and grow your portfolio. There are currently more than 10m users worldwide that span across 90 countries.

The Crypto.com NFT Marketplace provides a curated collection of NFTs. Crypto.com works with some of the most popular and well-regarded creators and brands to bring you highly sought-after collectibles. To learn more, click here.

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How do I Buy a Philadelphia 76ers Spectrum NFT?

Click the “Register Now” button in the top right corner of this page to go to our partner, Crypto.com. To complete the sign-up process, please enter the required information, including your full name, email address, username, and password.

Once registered, visit the page for the 76ers NFT Marketplace to see the resale market for all 76ers NFTs. Crypto.com/NFT makes it easy to pay using a credit/debit card for anyone new to NFTs. You can also pay using other methods that you can learn more about here.

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When does the auction begin for the NFTs?

The auction for the final "Original" Series NFT of the season dropped on April 10, 2022 at 9am and was open for 48 hours.  There was a 13 total drops throughout the season, and all NFTs are currently available on the resale market at Crypto.com.

All editions will were sold to the highest bidder, English auction style.

How long does the auction last for?

The auction for the “Original” (1 of 1) NFT of each drop will conclude 48 hours after the start of the auction (the drop).

Any bids placed during the final 10 minutes of the auction will automatically extend the end time by 10 minutes in order to allow users who have been outbid a chance to increase their bids.

How will the auction work?

Auction items are sold to highest bidder, English auction style.

Users can place bids as soon as the auction begins.

Any bids made during the last 10 minutes of the auction will extend the auction end time by 10 minutes in order to allow users who have been outbid the chance to increase their bid.

At the end of the auction, the highest bidders will receive the NFT they’ve purchased in their Crypto.com/NFT account.

If you do not win the auctioned NFT, your funds will be returned to you.

What payment forms are accepted?

Pay with a credit/debit card, your account balance, or with Crypto.com Pay - via the Crypto.com App or using any crypto wallet that supports ERC20 tokens (e.g. Metamask, WalletConnect).

Can I resell my Philadelphia 76ers Spectrum NFT?

Absolutely! Once you own the NFT you can auction or sell it immediately on the Crypto.com Marketplace or within most NFT marketplaces.

What experiences come with the 76ers Legacy NFTs?

If you are holding an ORIGINAL SERIES NFT in your NFT wallet by May 1, 2022 at 12AM EST, you are entitled to redeem an Ultimate 76ers Fan Experience for 2 consisting of the following exclusive benefits: Lunch at Training Complex prepared by team chef, Watch practice, Meet & Greet, Game-worn jersey, Commemorative Piece of original Philadelphia Spectrum court This is triggered on May 1, 2022 at 12AM ET and renews on May 1, 2023 and May 1, 2024. This means whoever holds the Originial Series NFT in their NFT wallet on the renewal date each year will be able to redeem the experience for that year.

If you collect and are holding ALL 13 BANNER SERIES NFTs in your NFT wallet by May 1, 2022 at 12AM ET, you unlock the right to redeem an exclusive Commemorative Piece of original Philadelphia Spectrum court, custom jersey, personalized message from a 76ers Legend, and VIP access to a 76ers event. This benefit renews on May 1, 2023 and May 1, 2024. This means whoever holds all 13 Banner Series NFTs in their NFT wallet on the renewal date each year will be able to redeem the experience for that year.

If you collect and are holding all 13 SIGNATURE SERIES NFTs in your NFT wallet by May 1, 2022 at 12AM EST, you unlock the right to redeem an exclusive Commemorative Piece of original Philadelphia Spectrum court and a custom jersey. This benefit renews on May 1, 2023 and May 1, 2024. This means whoever holds all 13 Signature Series NFTs in their NFT wallet on the renewal date each year will be able to redeem the experience for that year.

How do I claim the additional experiences purchased with my NFTs?

The purchaser of each “Original” series NFT as well as any individual who holds all 13 of either the "Signature" or "Banner" series will receive a VIP experience package and/or 76ers collectible package. To claim this package you must have possession of an Original series NFT or all 13 Signature or Banner series NFTs in your NFT wallet as of May 1, 2022, May 1, 2023 and/or May 1, 2024. Details with how to register ownership will be provided to winning bidder upon completion of the auction.

Can I still redeem added experiences and products if I don't have possession of the NFT at the designated time?

In order to claim the 76ers VIP Experiences and/or Collectible Packages, collectors must have the specific NFT(s) in their wallet as of May 1 at 12:00am ET. If the collector trades or sells the NFT(s) and does not have possession at the designated time, the collector will not be able to redeem the Special Offer.

The timestamp will be verified via Crypto.com to ensure ownership.