Philadelphia 76ers Off-Season To Do List

edward gertsenzonContributor IJune 1, 2009

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1. Hire A Head Coach

They accomplished this by hiring Eddie Jordan. I don't know how he will fit with how the team wants to play but only time will tell.

2. Re-sign Andre Miller

They must re-sign Miller! He helped the team out in many ways.

He brought a pass first mentality to the team. When the team needed a bucket he was the guy who usually scored. His full-court pass was the biggest key to the Sixers fast-break game. He is the team's best free throw shooter at 83 percent. He also taught Louis Williams how to be a point guard. 

3. Draft a Three-Point Shooter With The 17th Pick in the 2009 NBA Draft

They were the worst three-point shooting team in the NBA this past season. They were a little better the previous year but still pretty bad. They need to draft someone who can already shoot and impact the three-point shooting instantly.

4. Keep Samuel Dalembert

Don't trade him away. He lacks offensive skills, but he's one of the best shot blockers in the NBA. Without him, the Sixers have no last line of defense.

5. Get Back A Healthy Elton Brand

Brand will help many parts of their game. He will draw double teams so there will be more open jumpers to go around. He will give them a low post presence they didn't have. He will improve their rebounding even more and he will be another shot blocker besides Samuel Dalembert too.