The pain from four-to-five years of trusting the process appears ready to reap returns, reminiscent of the good old Allen Iverson days.

76ers fans are ready to explode for the winner, and with Markelle Fultz set to join Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid and Dario Saric, the masses are ready to pack the Wells Fargo Center again.

According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the 76ers have already sold 14,000 season tickets for the 2017-18 season.


Such an accomplishment would be a franchise record and more than any other NBA team currently.

The Wells Fargo Center holds a capacity of 19,500, so the noise and raucous Philly crowd is back whether you like it or not. Essentially the masses are going to fight on a nightly basis for those other 5,500 seats.

Reports suggest that the Sixers, who will shortly be an Eastern Conference power again, will have a long waiting list for prospective seats as well. Sixers fans are already clamoring for more of Embiid and Saric, and will now get to see Simmons and Fultz debut together.

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