It was a busy—but not exciting—offseason for the Philadelphia 76ers, who pulled off a series of puzzling moves that started with the signing of Kwame Brown and ended with the non-trade of Andre Iguodala.
The issue of whether they went in the right direction is controversial, but one thing is clear: This front office is poised for another playoff run in 2012-13, whether the roster is capable of it or not.
Some—including me—believe that the team should develop its abundance of young talent this season, seeing as the Eastern Conference's strength only grew with the Heat adding Ray Allen, the Celtics replacing him with Jason Terry and the Nets assembling one of the best starting fives in the league.
With Doug Collins seeming to run the show from behind closed doors and GM Rod Thorn taking a back seat, it seemed the team's philosophy changed from one of player development to creating a veteran-laden roster.
Here are grades for each of the team's offseason moves (and one non-move).
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