The NBA Free Agency period is in full swing with blockbuster deals seeming to happen at least once or twice a day.
From the pairing of Joe Johnson and Deron Williams in Brooklyn to the Lakers landing Steve Nash, to anything in-between, this has to be one of the more fast-paced, exciting offseasons in the last decade or so.
On the Sixers end of things, it's been quiet in comparison. They have made a couple of in-house moves, let go of some veterans and signed one player who wasn't with them last season. That could all change with an Andre Iguodala-fueled trade or big-name signing, but for now, they're content with small moves to help develop their young core.
Even though their moves have been small, each one has had consequences that could change the franchise's future.
Here are grades and analysis for each of the team's first five 2012 offseason moves.