Where Would the Sixers Be Had They Not Traded for Andrew Bynum?

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Where Would the Sixers Be Had They Not Traded for Andrew Bynum?
Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports
The Sixers could sure use a rebounding center right about now, and they had one before they traded him away.

Hindsight is a very beneficial thing sometimes. Maybe you could've gotten an "A" in that public speaking class if you hadn't corrected the teacher. Perhaps you didn't have to eat an entire pizza that time you threw up.

Lately, hindsight has weighed heavily on the minds of Philadelphia 76ers fans and, very likely, at least a few within the organization as well.

Although the news is getting better with Andrew Bynum's long-awaited debut in town slated for around the All-Star break, could it be too late to repair the sinking ship that is the current reality of the team? In the midst of an astonishing free fall, from 12-9 to 16-23, it has some wondering, "Maybe if they hadn't traded for Bynum..." and "Perhaps with another year of Andre Iguodala..."

So, with the assistance of Jack "Captain Hindsight" Brolin, we take a look at what could have been for the team that isn't so far removed from a Game 7 appearance in the conference semifinals. Hope you don't throw up again...

 

Statistics are accurate as of Jan. 16.

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