It has been another season and another disappointing playoff exit for the Philadelphia 76ers. James Harden's arrival was supposed to make them contenders, but his poor performance and Joel Embiid's injury troubles have ensured that the Sixers couldn't even get t the Conference Finals. And as expected, speculation has already begun about how Philadelphia can build the roster around perennial MVP candidate Embiid so that they can enjoy success going forward. 

One of the biggest fish in the pond in free agency is Zach LaVine, who is an unrestricted free agent this season. LaVine has spoken about taking his time to hear out all the offers he can, and the Portland Trail Blazers have already been mentioned as a potential destination for the 2x All-Star. But now, ESPN's Bobby Marks has mentioned LaVine as an option for the Sixers to consider on the Lowe Post podcast.