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Last season ended on an optimistic note for the 76ers and their fans. They qualified for the playoffs as a lowly eighth seed. Expected to be handily defeated by the top seeded Bulls, the 76ers advanced past Chicago, mostly due to an ACL injury to the Bulls' guard Derrick Rose. In the second round, the Sixers found themselves against the Celtics, and while losing in seven games, could find hope in their performance against the 17-time champions.
A few months later, the Sixers are not the same team they expected to be. After a few reports, and one monster four team trade, the 76ers have begun a brand new chapter in their history, and hopefully, add themselves to the list of Championship contenders.
The longtime face of the 76ers, Andre Iguodala, is now playing for the Denver Nuggets. Iguodala, who spent the summer playing with Team USA, has been the team leader since Allen Iverson's departure in 2006. This coming season will be the first time Iguodala has played apart from Philadelphia since he was drafted in 2004.
Iguodala's departure clears a more significant path for the rising Evan Turner. Turner was drafted second overall by the 76ers, and has shown flashes of brilliance in his first few seasons. He will play full time minutes at the 2-guard, instead of sharing the scoring duties with Iguodala.
Of course, the shipping out of their star player wasn't pointless, or without merit. Philadelphia picks up one of the best big men in the game by acquiring former Laker Andrew Bynum. Bynum has had injury issues with LA, but when healthy, has been a great player on the court, as well as bringing minimal off court controversy, unlike some other high profile big men.
The backcourt for the Sixers is setup to have a very important season. With the jury still out on Jrue Holiday and Evan Turner, this season will tell a lot about how these two will work together in the future. Turner is the best player on the Sixers at creating points. He can use his size, along with his shooting, to manufacture scoring against stingier teams. Holiday has yet to really break through to the next level of his game. Athletically, Holiday is capable of putting up numbers hovering around 16/6/8, but has yet to achieve numbers at those levels. With Iguodala gone, Holiday will be expected to contribute more, and his ability to control that increased responsibility will dictate his season.
The addition of Andrew Bynum brings a new element to the 76ers offense that hasn't existed in a long time. In a league where great centers are hard to find, the 76ers have one of the best in the game. Still, the balance between two young guards and an established threat in the middle is a difficult one to maintain. Coaching will do a lot to influence both Bynum's production and Philadelphia's success. He should put up numbers about on par, if not slightly better than his performances in Los Angeles.