Which Non-Okafor Move Will Benefit 2016 Sixers?

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Sep 29, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie talks with reporters during media day at the Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

This offseason has been a busy one for the Philadelphia 76ers. Could you really expect anything different from the team’s general manager, Sam Hinkie? Hinkie is well known for wheelin’ and dealin’, and even just recently said the Sixers are still on the market, looking to make moves to better themselves.

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When people ask me what the biggest move this offseason was is, the answer is pretty obvious, and the answer is same for quite a few other Sixers fans. Jahlil Okafor was brought in as the third overall pick of the NBA draft this year, and is expected to do a lot for the Sixers this season.

To me, it seems like we have overlooked some of the other big moves the Sixers made this offseason. In effort to appreciate them a bit more, and determine which move will benefit this year’s Sixers the most, let’s take that huge six foot seven inch player out of the equation.

Before I begin to dive into just a few of the offseason moves the Sixers carried out this year, let’s realize something. There are a lot of moves. Getting to all of the minuscule moves would be excessive, and having a lot of offseason moves additionally means that not everyone is going to agree.

When I talk with other Sixers fans, rarely do we agree on everything. I think most can agree that Okafor was the best offseason move this year, but choosing a runner up? Forget it. We all have certain players we like more, certain players that brig different skill sets that we all value in different ways.

That being said, I’m sure some of you will disagree with what I am bound to label as the, “second best Sixers move,” from this offseason.

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