[Guide] The 76ers have been reduced to the current reconstruction situation, and a large part of the reason is that Iguodala was sent out in the summer of 2012
It was caused by waiting for someone to trade the little shark.
on September 30th, according to related media reports in Philadelphia, in the summer of 2010, the 76ers exchanged their head star Andre Iguodala for Shark Bynum, which proved to be a failed deal, and even ruined the team
However, this fact was firmly opposed by the owner of the 76ers, Josh Harris.
Illness is not something we can resist, we are falling in front of fate.
From our one-sided observation, we can see from some data at the time that the decision made by the 76ers at that time was indeed not a mistake.
In the 2011-2012 season, Bynum played the most brilliant season with the Lakers, averaging 18.7 points and 11.8 rebounds in 35.2 minutes per game, and also brought 1.9 blocks and 1.4 assists. He was selected by the Sharks in the same year
Through the NBA championship experience over the years, it can be seen that only a team with a strong center can win the championship, and the talented 76ers at that time lacked such a strong insider, so they exchanged Iguodala for the Sharks. There is no mistake
It’s just that Little Shark’s “freehand” reimbursement season followed, which no one could have imagined.
Harris: “Our decision was good, but the result was not as good as expected. We hope that Bynum will get better than anyone else, but his injury is too serious.”