5 Issues Philadelphia 76ers Must Address for 2011-12 NBA Season

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5 Issues Philadelphia 76ers Must Address for 2011-12 NBA Season

News broke yesterday that the NBA,its owners and its players, have reached an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement, which will save the basketball season.

The proposed 66-game season will begin with training camp and free agency starting on December 9, with the first scheduled games to come on Christmas Day.

With that, Joshua Harris and company have less than two weeks to fill out their 2011-12 roster and make the necessary changes in order to improve on the 76ers" title="Philadelphia 76ers">Philadelphia 76ers' 41-41 season from a year ago.

With little wiggle room in free agency and with their current roster, here are some issues the 76ers must address before this shortened season begins.

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