Andrew Bynum. If he's healthy, the Sixers will attempt to sign the potential "needle mover." STAY
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Spencer Hawes. Over the final 25 games of the season, Hawes averaged 13.6 points, 9.0 rebounds 3.3 assists and 1.60 blocks. He's the best-known option at center. STAY
Jrue Holiday. The youngest player in franchise history ever to be named to an All-Star Game, Holiday is the team's best player. STAY
Justin Holiday. He will get a look with the Sixers this summer but is probably showcasing for someone else. GO
Royal Ivey. The need to develop a young point guard behind Jrue Holiday will make the reliable veteran free agent expendable. GO
Charles Jenkins. The 44th pick in the 2011 draft, Jenkins should have received a longer look as Jrue Holiday's backup, which is still one of many holes on the squad. STAY
Arnett Moultrie. More playing time under a new coach in his second campaign will tell the Sixers exactly what they have. Moultrie made 40 of his last 60 shots from the field. STAY
Jason Richardson. Before he was lost for the season, Richardson looked to be in decline. With one year left on his contract and a player option for more than $6.5 million a year from now, he could retire as a Sixer. GO
Evan Turner. Many felt that either Turner or Doug Collins had to go. Collins is gone; Turner must blossom or be labeled a bust. STAY
Damien Wilkins. By playing hard down the stretch rather than dogging it - he scored in double figures in 17 of the last 28 games - Wilkins probably earned a ticket out. Some playoff contender will rescue the classy vet from the Titanic. GO
Dorell Wright. The underutilized shooter struggled but will be looking for a better deal than the Sixers will offer. STAY
Nick Young. An inconsistent fan favorite, Young is one of those players whom coaches love one night and hate the next. GO
Thaddeus Young. Other teams will inquire about Young if the Sixers are talking trade, but he was the team's hardest-working and most consistent player this season. He's a keeper. STAY
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