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The Ideal Offseason for the Philadelphia 76ers

Since the last off season, the philadelphia 76ers organization has been utterly terrible. Letting Jimmy Butler and JJ Redick go and instead giving all that money to the inconsistent Josh Richardson, the once in a blue moon good game from Tobias Harris, and a solid Al Horford who’s 34 and doesn’t deserve a max contract. Although we did a good deal for the Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III trade with the warriors, it wasn’t enough. Elton Brand should be fired. Brett Brown should be fired. We need to rebuild our front office by firing them. So, in my opinion, here are four trades and steps that the philadelphia 76ers should do to make themselves a better team.

Number one: Fire both Brett Brown and Elton Brand and hire some replacements that are much better than the both of them.

Number two: As much as I love them together, Ben and Joel do not work well together, Ben needs to be surrounded my shooters, so, the 76ers can trade Joel Embiid for Klay Thompson, the 2nd overall pick, which they should try and get James Wiseman with, and a future first round pick. This will be a win for both the warriors and the 76ers as the 76ers need shooters.

Number three: Trade Al Horford, Tobias Harris and the 21st pick for Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro. Bam’s great and Herro is an amazing shooter at a young age.

And lastly, number four: Sign some veteran big men for the bench. The only true big men the 76ers currently have in their rotation are Joel Embiid and Al Horford and we do not have big men off the bench, that means currently either Al or Joel has to be on the floor.

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