Thaddeus Young is extremely underrated. Philadelphia decided not to extend his contract meaning he will be a free-agent this summer.
He has done well in the time he was on the court. He is also very athletic, and has had quite a few nice dunks over his career. He is also a good rebounder for his position. And has grabbed quite a few offensive rebounds in his career (1.8 per game in just under 29 minutes). He can play SF, but also PF and on rare occasions can even play SG because of his quickness and shooting ability. He can shoot from nearly everywhere on the court, and has a decent three-point shot.
He is only 22, turning 23. And I don't think he would require too much money.
He would definitely fit in with our new "style".
This would be possible if we decide not to re-sign Reggie (which I hope) so we can have a player to go on when Amir fouls out, or if Ed isn't ready. And he can give Weems minutes at the 2 whilst he plays the 3.
Of course apart from Young, there is also Green who is a combo forward. Green is a lot more proven, a better defender and a better offensive player. But Green would probably only sign if he got the starting spot, and for a lot more money.