|2012–13 Philadelphia 76ers season|
|Head coach||Doug Collins|
|Arena||Wells Fargo Center|
|Place||Division: 4th (Atlantic)|
Conference: 9th (Eastern)
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
The 2012–13 Philadelphia 76ers season was the 74th season of the franchise, 64th in the National Basketball Association (NBA), and the 50th in Philadelphia. Before the start of the season the team made a major multiple team trade to get center Andrew Bynum from the Los Angeles Lakers (giving up the eventual 2015 NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala). However Bynum missed the entire regular season due to a foot injury sustained while bowling, and would never end up playing in a Sixers uniform. They finished with a record of 34–48 and would miss the post season in Doug Collins' 3rd and final season as head coach.
|1||15||Maurice Harkless||SF||United States||St. John's|
|2||45||Justin Hamilton (traded to Miami)×||C||United States||LSU|
|2||54||Tornike Shengelia (From Memphis, traded to Brooklyn)°||PF||Georgia||Spirou Charleroi (Belgium)|
× Philadelphia acquired the draft rights to 27th pick Arnett Moultrie from the Miami Heat in exchange for the draft rights to 45th pick Justin Hamilton and a future first-round draft pick.
° Traded draft rights to Brooklyn in exchange for cash considerations.
|2012 pre-season game log|
Pre-season: 6–1 (Home: 3–1; Road: 3–0)
|2012–13 season schedule|
|2012-13 Philadelphia 76ers roster|
|y-New York Knicks||54||28||.659||–||31–10||23–18||10–6||82|
|1||z-Miami Heat *||66||16||.805||–||82|
|2||y-New York Knicks *||54||28||.659||12.0||82|
|3||y-Indiana Pacers *||49||32||.605||16.5||81|