With their improbable run to the Eastern Conference semifinals this year, we've seen the most that we can expect out of this current iteration of the Philadelphia 76ers.
Sure...Jrue Holiday, Evan Turner and Thaddeus Young all figure to improve in the coming years, but the Sixers' franchise lacks that superstar-level figure who can propel them to a hypothetical finals appearance. Andre Iguodala is an All-Star and one of the league's best defenders, but he can't lead the team as presently constituted to postseason glory.
Over the past three decades, only the 2004 Detroit Pistons have been able to capture the NBA's ultimate prize without a Hall of Fame-caliber player. And since the current 76ers roster is a far cry from that Larry Brown-led team, some vital changes must be made this summer if Philadelphia hopes to compete with the best in the Eastern Conference.
So as we head into the offseason, let's take a look at 10 adjustments the Sixers need to make before next season kicks off.