By Matt Leon

By Matt Leon

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It has been an interesting offseason for the Sixers.

First there was an extended period of silence after Sam Hinkie was hired as GM. Then a very busy draft night that saw the team’s best player (Jrue Holiday) traded and several young prospects brought in, including Michael Carter-Williams (first round draft pick) and Nerlens Noel (trade).

Since that however, the Sixers have gone quiet again, with only a some minor moves involving former Houston Rockets players pinging on the radar.

And oh yeah, they still don’t have a head coach. In fact, the Sixers are the only team in the NBA without a head man right now.

So what’s next?

KYW’s Matt Leon spoke with Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily news about the Sixers offseason and where they go from here.

You can follow Matt on Twitter @mattleonkyw.

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