Well he did take Washington from 21-61 to 44-38 and a decent series against the eventual champion Bulls. They missed the playoffs the next year with a 42-40 record which was still double their win total before he got there so that's a small turnaround but a turnaround nonetheless. Once he left they crashed again.
Personally, I think if the 76ers could get Jamal Crawford instead of Q it's a decent deal. Craford and Iverson would be an interesting backcourt.
The other option would be to do a deal of:
Jalen Rose (expirer)
All depends what the Sixers want I guess. Do they want an over priced wing talent (Crawford or Q), a power forward replacement (Rose) and a $9 million expirer (Taylor) or would they prefer a large expirer (Jalen Rose) and a power forward replacement who is a Philly native and has the same amount of years as Webber?
Personally I think thats a good deal, but if the Sixers committed to trading Webber, then they will really need to trade Iverson.
I just don't think they can get fair value for either at the moment. They might as well just let Webber expire, or trade his expirer for a big name player. Maybe KG if he's still with the Wolves and unhappy?
The Sixers are in such a hard negotiating position. They have some good players, but they have a terrible record, so the players are percieved as having low value around the league. And you don't want to trade players like Webber and Iverso nand get trash back in return. If they're going to trade them, they should do it during the season. Let both of them go out and play well, and wait for some of their potential suitors like Boston to start struggling, that'll get their values up.