Plotting the dream offseason for the Philadelphia 76ers

The Philadelphia 76ers are widely expected to have an eventful offseason this year. What would a dream summer look like for the franchise?

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The Philadelphia 76ers underwent a mini-midseason revamp following the trade deadline and the key signing that unfolded right after, and while they’re not quite set yet, the franchise from top to bottom is certainly aware that the big switch is meant to unearth itself in the next campaign.

With a ton of cap space staled to be opened up to throw at free agents, the league-wide expectation is that the 76ers will be the single biggest player in the offseason, be it in free agency or in the ever-active trade market. Surely, with Joel Embiid and Tyrese Maxey having already proven themselves as a rock-solid foundation, the franchise would want to surround them with talent across the board in hopes of snapping its 41-year championship drought.

The Philadelphia 76ers are likely to be the most active team in the offseason

Starting from the draft, Philly will have a lot on its plate next summer, as is the case with any team. However, the franchise has managed to single itself out by preserving the biggest spending power in the association to go along with their considerable number of in-house assets and draft capital.

Philadelphia has an ambitious front office that will inarguably dip its fingers on every available pot. From realistic outcomes to pipe dreams, what would a dream offseason look like for the 76ers? Let’s plot a pathway that could eventually lead to a very desirable summer for the franchise.


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