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The 2003–04 NBA season was the 76ers' 65th season, and their 55th in the National Basketball Association. During the offseason, the Sixers acquired All-Star forward Glenn Robinson from the Atlanta Hawks and rookie Kyle Korver, who was drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the 2003 NBA draft. After Larry Brown left to become head coach of the Detroit Pistons, the Sixers hired Randy Ayers as his replacement. However, at midseason, Ayers was fired after a 21–31 start, and interim head coach Chris Ford took over for the rest of the season. Superstar guard Allen Iverson had a rough year in which he had clashed with coaches and skipped a number of practices. Despite Iverson playing only 48 games due to injuries, he still was voted to start in the 2004 NBA All-Star Game. Robinson finished second on the team in scoring averaging 16.6 points per game, but played just 42 games due to ankle and elbow injuries.

NBA Statistics

Player G MP FG FG% FT FT% ORB DRB TRB A S B TO PF PTS
Greg Buckner 53 703 66 0.38 20 0.74 28 75 103 45 21 4 34 77 164
Derrick Coleman 34 843 107 0.41 49 0.75 45 147 192 46 23 26 57 79 271
Samuel Dalembert 82 2198 270 0.54 112 0.64 194 432 626 21 44 189 86 273 652
Willie Green 53 767 143 0.40 59 0.73 16 49 65 53 26 5 59 83 364
Zendon Hamilton 45 472 51 0.54 67 0.70 49 97 146 13 8 8 27 74 169
Allen Iverson 48 2040 435 0.39 339 0.75 34 144 178 324 115 5 209 87 1266
Marc Jackson 22 598 71 0.42 64 0.79 45 81 126 18 12 6 24 45 206
Kyle Korver 74 882 115 0.35 19 0.79 30 81 111 40 25 8 41 102 330
Amal McCaskill 59 636 47 0.40 19 0.70 48 85 133 20 12 20 25 89 113
Aaron McKie 75 2112 265 0.46 84 0.76 45 208 253 195 85 23 103 142 689
Glenn Robinson 42 1336 275 0.45 114 0.83 46 143 189 57 42 9 106 96 698
John Salmons 77 1603 161 0.39 71 0.77 38 158 196 134 62 16 77 122 443
Eric Snow 82 2966 295 0.41 252 0.80 62 219 281 563 97 6 187 213 844
Kenny Thomas 74 2699 381 0.47 243 0.75 261 489 750 111 82 33 172 219 1006

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