After finishing off their own season on a long stretch against the Boston Celtics, the Sixers really need to get organized and figure out what they are going to do with this team and its future.
Although they did enter the postseason as the eighth seed, they did exceed expectations by nearly making the Eastern Conference Finals. Though as true as that is, there is no question that what they have now will not be able to reach heights any higher.
The first thing to do when looking at how to improve for the future is to see what you have right now— Ask yourself, "What on this team right now will remain a piece to the puzzle?"
Well, Jrue Holiday, Evan Turner and Thaddeus Young are all reliable options and keys to a bright future, so they seem like the only locks to keep (yet even they can be expendable in rare scenarios).
Basically, everyone else is fair game.
With many free agents on the team this year, it's hard to believe Philadelphia will bring most of them back, thus leaving a lot of open spots to fill. These spots need to be filled with acquisitions and changes the Sixers need to make.