In the world of sports we tend to take player, coach, and management positions as non-guaranteed. Everyday a person's approval rating can change, and if the penalty is severe enough he is fired. This is commonplace in most sports cities, but in the city of Philadelphia and in the Sixers' organization it seems that you can fail repeatedly and still keep your job.
Ed Stefanski isn't the worst GM the team has ever had (hell Jack Ramsey traded Wilt Chamberlain), but Stefanski has made some major blunders that have drastically hurt this organization, yet he sits with relative job security.
This is a list of the high's and low's of Stefanski's tenure with the Sixers and, in the end you tell me if he deserves to keep his job.