Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports says the 76ers to the list of teams still interested in Orlando's J.J.Redick (Twitter link). Meanwhile, according to a tweet from TNT's David Aldridge, the Sixers, Spurs, Bucks, and Pacers are the clubs trying hardest to land Redick.

A report from Adrian Wojnarowski from Yahoo! Sports says the Magic have "secured offers of fist-round picks for J.J. Redick," but those teams offering the picks draft in the 20s of the first round - meaning that likely isn't from the Sixers.

So what exactly can the Sixers offer for Redick?

Well Dorell Wright has been wasting away on the Sixers bench all season long, he would be a fit since he has an expiring contract - but would he be attractive enough for the Magic to pull the trigger on?  Probably not.

Will the Sixers even make a deal?  Most likely no.

"I have not talked to [GM Tony DiLeo]," Collins said. "Our phones are pretty quiet. If he hears something, he'll give me a call. But I have not heard from him today."

A few names, including Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes, have surfaced as potential trade candidates for the Sixers but nothing seems to be heating up just two hours before the deadline.

Though Turner is one name to keep an eye on, according to Sports Illustraded, Turner can be had in the right trade, the Sixers will certainly listen to offers of Turner, but the team isn't going to give him away nor actively shopping him because the front office still wants to see how the team performs when Andrew Bynum comes back and "interest around the league is lukewarm."