The Philadelphia 76ers showed great promise at the beginning on the season, but now they look like a completely different team.
The young group has struggled since the All-Star break to find any consistency in their scoring. Doug Collins' team has failed to close out games or tap into the aggressiveness that made them a dominant force early in the season.
The Sixers have lost four games in a row, including a 24-point loss to the Celtics and an embarrassing 21-point loss to the Raptors. Now that the team has fell from atop the Atlantic Division, the question becomes, how can the Sixers return to the team we saw at the beginning of the season?
It is clear that Philadelphia is missing some components to take it to the next level. Here are some moves the Sixers need to make to build on this uneven season.