The Philadelphia 76ers have another long season on their hands. With the lack of acquisitions and the probability of forward Thaddeus Young leaving the team after his best season — 17.9 points and 6.0 boards — there isn’t a lot left in Philadelphia. It’s a desolate, barren wasteland with the only formidable remains of NBA talent being Michael Carter-Williams and Nerlens Noel (also Tony Wroten because he’s the best). God isn’t this depressing already? It’s clear that after an offseason that’s about as exhilarating as a Phillies game right now, the 76ers still have some work to do. Here at The Sixer Sense, we have an idea of what the 76ers can do to try and salvage something out of this tepid offseason. Interested? Of course you are, so let’s get to the 3 things that the 76ers should accomplish before the 2014 season.