Feb 1, 2013, 4:26 PM EDT
You’ll likely see a few more butts in the seats at the Wells Fargo Center come March. And that’s not just because there’s a chance Andrew Bynum could be suiting up for your Philadelphia 76ers, there will also be a trio of stellar bobblehead giveaways.
From the Sixers:
The schedule is highlighted by three bobblehead nights in March, featuring a Wilt Chamberlain bobblehead
on Saturday, March 2 when they host the Golden State Warriors at 7:00 p.m., courtesy of Comcast SportsNet; a Julius “Dr. J” Erving bobblehead on Saturday, March 16 when they host the Indiana Pacers at 7:30 p.m., courtesy of Toyota; and an Allen
Iverson bobblehead on Saturday, March 30 when they host the Charlotte Bobcats at 7:30 p.m., courtesy of Reebok. The March 2nd Wilt Chamberlain night is the 51st anniversary of the historic occasion of Wilt scoring 100 points against
the New York Knicks, March 2nd, 1962. Julius Erving will be
in attendance at the March 16 game and will deliver the game ball to the
officials to start off the evening.
Wilt, Doc, and A.I. — can’t get a whole lot better than that trio.
Plan accordingly, bobble junkies.
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