The Philly Team Funded by Cocaine, the Draft Day That Destroyed the Sixers, and a Mini-Stadium

The answer to this week’s question of the week was Larry Lavin. Interestingly enough, he bought one of Philly’s most historic venues in 1980, then moved a minor league basketball team in there. The end result was a disaster for the team, the arena, and for Lavin.

In 1986, the Sixers destroyed a dynasty in about half an hour. Here’s how it went down.

Ten years later, they became the only team in NBA history to spend back to back picks on future Major League baseball players.

An interview with miniature stadium creator Steve Wolf. You have to see his miniature stadiums to believe them.

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