With the former All-Star slated to hit free agency, the Sixers can now move on and try to regroup and retool via Thursday's draft. They'll have to do so without a coach, as they're one of a handful of teams with a vacancy.
The Sixers hold picks No. 11, 25 and 42 and have plenty of options. They can trade up in order to secure a player of their choosing or stockpile more picks to develop more homegrown talent. If they stand pat, there will be plenty of players available at each point that can come in and provide some depth on the second unit.
With Bynum likely moving on, the Sixers will need a big man to add depth in the frontcourt. They'll also need a solution at backup point guard to spell Holiday, but Philly could even go with the best player available at any given moment.
Assuming everything stays the same and Cody Zeller (scouting report) falls to No. 11, Philadelphia would do well to grab him as he would be able to contribute right away. That seems unlikely, however, that he'll slip that far, and if so, they'll need a contingency plan. Brazilian Lucas Nogueira (scouting report) is another player that could fit at that point as a defensive specialist. Zeller has more refinement on both ends of the floor, so he would be a best-case-scenario selectee.
In the later rounds, there will be plenty to choose from. Minnesota big man Trevor Mbakwe, Virginia Tech combo guard Erick Green (scouting report) and Florida forward Erik Murphy are three good options.
Again, going with the best available in the later rounds may serve the Sixers best.