Found July 17, 2012 on Around the Arc:
There are several unresolved issues surrounding the 2012-2013 76ers as they are currently constructed. Sure they added some athleticism in Harkless and Moultrie, and shored up the perimeter shooting with the additions of Dorell Wright and the hot-handed Nick Young, but the interior personnel is still an enormous problem. The Sixers did not quite have the most formidable frontcourt last season, and by dropping Brand, their most consistent post player on both ends of the floor, they have only moved backwards. The combination of Hawes, Allen, Vucevic, and the recently-acquired Kwame Brown, may be one of the slowest and least skilled frontlines in the League, leaving the Sixers extremely vulnerable, especially on the defensive end. If the team doesn’t shake things up and move current Olympian Andre Iguodala for some inside support this offseason, which appears less likely with each passing day, it seems that Sixer fans can look forward to the least inspiring starting frontline of all t...
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