Wayne Lynch became a fan of the Philadelphia 76ers in the mid-1960s as a teenager growing up in Pittsburgh. He started a small scrapbook about the team back then, but it was not until more than three decades later that he decided to tell the full story of the 1967 championship team he loved so much. Mr. Lynch is a longtime television journalist who is now Vice President of News and Programming at Newschannel 8, the 24-hour cable news service for greater Washington, D.C. He lives with his wife, Karen, in northern Virginia. His son, Matthew, lives and works in Philadelphia.
Wayne Lynch; Foreword by Billy Cunningham
St. Martin's Press
Thomas Dunne Books
Destroying a dynasty.
That was the mission of Wilt Chamberlain and 1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers.
For eight straight years, the Boston Celtics had dominated the National Basketball Association....