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Sixers' break record for season ticket sales for upcoming 2017-18 season


By John Wetzel, Sports Talk Philly staff

According to Keith Pompey of the Philly Inquirer, The Sixers have already set a new franchise record in season ticket sales and currently lead the NBA in that aspect.

Pompey also reported that the Sixers are expecting to sellout all of their home games this season.

This is a big step up from last season when the Sixers finished 18th in the league in ticket sales. They averaged 17,330 ticket sales, seating 85.3%  capacity at Wells Fargo Center.

The anticipation for this season has been high ever since Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid were ruled out for the remainder of last season. It has grown considerably since the Sixers' acquired the number 1 overall pick to presumably draft Washington star guard Markelle Fultz tomorrow night. 

It appears the process is turning a corner and starting to shift towards results. 


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Awesome! I bought my tickets online.

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