04/23/13 10:41 am EST
It’s not that Tony DiLeo has done anything wrong, but it’s apparent that he was hand picked for the job by Doug Collins last year and it’s time to wipe the slate clean from the DC era. Removing DiLeo is especially important if DC is going to have an active “consulting” role in the Sixers front office going forward as we will need a strong willed and independent thinker who can sift through Doug’s input and only use the sensible thoughts.
If the Sixers decide to look for a new general manager, the Philadunkia scribes have some suggestions for Harris and Aron as to who should receive job interviews.
After the jump are a few suggestions for a new 76ers General Manager.