We could write a 20-page college essay discussing what the Philadelphia 76ers must improve on before the start of the 2014-15 NBA season. We'll keep it a little more concise for the sake of time and patience, though.
Philly ended the 2013-14 year with a 19-63 record. Not exactly as horrible as some were hoping, but still bad enough to finish as the second-worst team in the league in front of the Milwaukee Bucks.
The real question concerning next year has to do with what the team's true goal is. If it has a successful draft then would attempting to make a playoff push be a smart idea, or should it remain in rebuild mode? The correct answer will likely be forced upon the Sixers as it's unlikely they'll be good enough to make a run at the postseason, but there's always a sense of hope as a new season begins.
With that said, let's take a look at what five key areas Philadelphia needs to improve upon over the offseason.