The Philadelphia 76ers front office is in full tank mode. The product on the floor? Not so much. Yes, the team has a 12-22 record, but many of those losses have come without start rookie Michael Carter-Williams on the floor. With MCW, Philadelphia has looked like a different team – a formidable team. But that may be changing in the relatively near future as Alex Kennedy reports many of the players on the Sixers currently roster could be moved come the NBA’s trade deadline:
It should be noted – Kennedy doesn’t expect the 76ers to sell at a discount price, so nobody will be coming ‘cheaply’ in a deal but nobody is unavailable either.
Young, Turner and Hawes should all draw significant interest around the league, so Philadelphia should certainly have their choice of trade partners.
The 76ers would likely like youth and draft picks in exchange – much like every other rebuilding team.