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Before the 76ers moved to Philadelphia in 1963, they played in Syracuse as the Nationals and Dolph Schayes was their star player. Schayes led the Syracuse Nationals to the 1954-55 NBA Championship and is the franchise’s all-time leader in Win Shares with 142.4 for his career.

SIXERS ALL-TIME TOP FIVE

Dolph Schayes leads Philadelphia 76ers all-time top five by Win Shares

After Schayes, the next biggest contributors to the 76ers by Win Shares are forward Julius Erving (106.2), forward Charles Barkley (106.1), guard Hal Greer (102.7), and guard Maurice Cheeks (87.7).

The second team of Sixer legends, as measured by Win Share totals, is as impressive as the top five — if not more so. It is comprised of Allen Iverson (79.7), Wilt Chamberlain (71.2), Billy Cunningham (63.2), Andre Iguodala (61.2) and Larry Costello (59.1).

UPDATED August 14, 2019

DOLPH SCHAYES: 1949-64

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .192

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JULIUS ERVING: 1987-2004

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .178

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CHARLES BARKLEY: 1984-92

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .224

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HAL GREER: 1958-73

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .124

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MAURICE CHEEKS: 1987-94

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .147