On Friday, in an unusual giveaway, the Sixers handed fans commemorative pieces of the basketball court on which Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points.
Not surprisingly, quite a few have already found their way to eBay.
Some prices fetched wouldn't quite cover a family visit to a game at the Wells Fargo Center - counting parking, food and beverages - but $50 to $260 isn't bad for a 2-inch square of wood.
Of course, it's not just any wood, but the floor on which a Hall of Fame legend, who went to Overbrook High, set an NBA record that no one has ever threatened. It happened 50 years before, on March 2, 1962, as the Philadelphia Warriors took on the New York Knicks in Hershey, Pa.