For the past six seasons, Andre Iguodala was the face of the Philadelphia 76ers. That all changed on August 10 when he was sent to the Denver Nuggets in a four-team deal that led to Andrew Bynum's arrival in Philadelphia.
Iguodala may not have met the standard criteria that most have for a so-called "franchise player", but his unique skill set gave the Sixers much-needed versatility on both sides of the ball. The 6'6" swingman was capable of playing three positions on offense, and on the defensive end of the court, Iguodala has few peers in the NBA.
The Andrew Bynum honeymoon may still be in full swing as far as the fans are concerned, but the 76ers' coaching staff is hard at work trying to figure out how the team's new pieces will best fit together. So, as the new-look Sixers prepare for training camp, here's a look at five adjustments that the team must make in the post-Andre Iguodala era.