There has been no shortage of discussion around what the Sixers will do this offseason with Ben Simmons, but there are other ways the team can look to upgrade their roster.

According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the team could look to move their first-round draft pick, No. 28 overall in Thursday's draft to add veteran talent.

A league source confirmed the team has had discussions about parting with the pick if they can get value in return. The Sixers are open to trading it for future assets or a veteran player.

Michael Kaskey-Blomain of CBS Sports adds that the team could also look at move the teams second-round pick to add more veteran talent.

Sixers President Daryl Morey has been known to move picks in the past, the Rockets last made a pick in the first-round back in 2018.

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