Moses Malone, a three-time NBA MVP, 13-time All-Star (12 times in NBA, once in ABA), Hall of Fame inductee and member of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History, passed away on Sept. 13, 2015 at the age of 60. He was acquired by the 76ers in a trade with Houston on Sept. 15, 1982. In his first season with Philly, he posted averages of 24.5 points, a league-best 15.3 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in 37.5 minutes per game as he led the team to a 65-17 regular-season record; the second-most wins in franchise history. Malone famously declared that the 76ers would sweep the postseason by winning four straight games in three consecutive series en route to a championship. “Fo’, fo’, fo’,” Malone said. Philly went 12-1 in 13 playoff games, including a four-game sweep of the L.A. Lakers, as it captured its third NBA title and first since 1967. Malone paced the team with playoff averages of 26.0 points and 15.8 rebounds per contest as he earned Finals MVP honors.