After the Philadelphia 76ers' shocking playoffs exit in the second round, Daryl Morey is apparently already planning his next move to elevate the Sixers to true contender status.

When the team sent Ben Simmons, Seth Curry and Andre Drummond to the Brooklyn Nets to trade for James Harden, many though it was the move that would propel them to the championship. Unfortunately, whether Harden needs more time to get used to Philly's system or Father Time has simply caught up to him, the veteran guard was a massive disappointment in his playoffs run with the Sixers.

The loss at the hands of the Miami Heat is proof that the Sixers are still far from competing for the NBA title. That is why Morey is believed to go star hunting again this offseason to bring more firepower to Philly.

“I promise you that Daryl Morey has big, giant plans to acquire another star. Whether he’s going to execute it, I don’t know,” ESPN NBA insider Brian Windhorst said on #Greeny.

The Sixers have other issues to settle in the offseason, including the contract of James Harden. The Beard is eligible to sign a max extension, but it remains to be seen if Philly will give him that after showing signs of decline in the playoffs.

Of course improving the roster is also a must, but as Windhorst said, it is unknown if they can lure another star in the City of Brotherly Love.

For now, the Sixers faithful have to wait and see if Philly can make that franchise-altering move in the summer.