A look into the Philadelphia 76ers offseason moves, and how their season may unfold.[caption id="attachment_10599" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Photo Credit: Associated Press/Michael Perez[/caption] If there was a bigger addition in the Eastern Conference than Andrew Bynum in name or physical stature, I didn’t read about it. The two time NBA champion center was part of the massive Dwight Howard trade that also saw the 76ers ship out stalwart Andre Iguodala to the Denver Nuggets. Let’s get this straight, Bynum is a land mass of towering skill and strength, but he has had mental issues as well as a history of injury concerns. He will command double teams down in the low post, and the 76ers will reap the benefits of having the second best center in the game. Moving Iguodala was something the 76ers had been considering ever since drafting Evan Turner second overall behind John Wall two years ago, but for whatever reason he just hasn’t proven to be reliable enough for big minutes. Time to remove the training wheels. Turner’s trial by fire begins now, where he’ll be given the starting small forward spot, and the chance to showcase his skillset which is an incredibly gifted rebounder for his size, and point guard skills much like Iguodala. Turner had some huge games last year, including four games with at least 12 rebounds, and a string of six games straight with at least four assists to end the regular season. He will be given every opportunity to prove himself, and will assume the backup point guard duties now that Lou Williams has departed. Making up for Turner’s horrendous jump shot and lack of range, is the newly acquired trio of Dorrell Wright, Nick Young and Jason Richardson – all known league wide as Clint Eastwood types, ie shoot first and don’t ask questions. Young is likely starter at shooting guard considering the team signed him to a one year make good free agent deal which will make him anxious to increase his value for next season when he hits free agency again. The 76ers also used their amnesty provision on one time MVP candidate Elton Brand, who was claimed by the Mavericks as he never really delivered on the lofty expectations after coming over from the Clippers. Spencer Hawes will shift across from the C spot to power forward, a position his range and passing will be better utilised in. Coach Doug Collins has already come out and said livewire southpaw Thaddeus Young will continue to be their go to scorer on the second unit, a position he flourished in after Collins moved him to the bench two seasons ago. Young is an uber athlete who also sees time at small forward, but he’s limited by his shooting range and slight build, particularly matching up against bigger forwards. Perhaps the key to the team is Jrue Holiday, the UCLA star guard who hasn’t shown the improvement the team was expecting, as his numbers dropped across the board after his breakout 2011 season. Holiday will be playing for a big payday, his speed and defensive abilities will likely result in a team overpaying him – whether it will be Philly remains to be seen. For the past three seasons he hasn't had as much freedom as he may need to expand his game, but at least he won't be looking over his shoulder for Lou Williams every time he has a turnover or a forced jumper. Philadelphia is a deep team who has starter quality players at least nine deep, and they’ll be looking to move past the Iguodala era and start something new, revolving around Bynum and Holiday. Projected record: 44-38, 4th Atlantic Division.