In the continued absence of center Andrew Bynum, the Philadelphia 76ers' Thaddeus Young has been forced to play inside against much bigger competition. Young has put up some of the best numbers of his careers, averaging 7.3 rebounds and 15.2 points per game. But according to Philly.com's John Mitchell, the workload of banging inside against stronger players will eventually wear on Young.
Eventually he will wear down under this workload. Young could stand some help, and the perfect guy for the Sixers in this situation would be free agent Kenyon Martin.
Adding Martin would allow the Sixers to deploy more physical lineups - say, Kwame Brown at center, Martin at power forward, and Young at small forward. Just from a versatility standpoint, this would be a boon for the Sixers.