NBA Draft 2012: 4 Moves the Philadelphia 76ers Should Make After the Draft

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NBA Draft 2012: 4 Moves the Philadelphia 76ers Should Make After the Draft
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Iguodala and Hawes, two players who should be gone within 7 days.

The 2012 NBA Draft is over, and the Philadelphia 76ers should look forward to a free agency period that could be filled with a lot of refreshing change.

That change started with taking two first-round selections, Arnett Moultrie and Moe Harkless. Bucking the recent trend, the Sixers took upside and athleticism over college production and polish. It is nice to see players who have All-Star potential a few years down the road instead of barely above-average youngsters who might start for a couple years of their career.

Now that the Sixers have their rookie class pretty much set, they should seriously consider an overhaul of the roster. As much as we hate to admit it, without the Derrick Rose injury, the Sixers would have won one playoff game at most. This team is average and that needs to change.

Here are four offseason moves I think will help the team make a deep playoff run next year!

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