1983 NBA Finals Philadelphia 76ers at Lakers Game 3 (of 4) Ticket Stub

The 1983 NBA World Championship Series, also known as Showdown '83, was the championship round of the National Basketball Association (NBA)'s 1982–83 season, and the culmination of the season's playoffs. It was the last NBA Championship Series completed before June 1. The Eastern Conference champion Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Western Conference champion Los Angeles Lakers 4 games to 0. 76ers center Moses Malone was named the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP). This, along with the 1989 NBA Finals, were the only two NBA championships of the 1980s not to be won by either the Lakers or the Boston Celtics. Coincidentally, the Lakers were also swept in the 1989 NBA Finals, that time by the Detroit Pistons.  The Sixers under coach Billy Cunningham would sweep the Lakers 4-0. This would be the 76ers SECOND NBA Championship and last one to date.

The first 2 games were played in Philly at the old Spectrum taking both teams back to the West Coast for games 3 and 4.  In Game 3 the Sixers would beat the Lakers 111-94 with Moses Malone hitting 28 points, 19 rebounds, and 6 assists to lead the Sixers.  Kareem led the Lakers in a losing effort with 23 points and 15 rebounds.  Magic had 13 assists.

Offered is a very rare Game 3 ticket stub (no tickets in the PSA pop report as of this writing) which would lead to the last and final game of the series.



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1983 NBA Finals Philadelphia 76ers at Lakers Game 3 (of 4) Ticket Stub