My take on the Process is the goal was to win rings, not be a playoff contender or make an occasional visit to the 2nd round of the playoffs. The goal was to be that next elite dynasty team to restore the 76ers reputation in the NBA and write a brilliant new chapter of their historical legacy.
Hinkie IMO was thinking on that level and I believe JHarris had similar ambitions. Develop a stellar organization and team, win the fans and pundits back and rake in massive revenue along with shooting the value of the franchise through the roof.
Obviously, the Process has had many hiccups, mostly starting with the engineered firing of Hinkie, the arrival of JC, the hiring of his son BC and the lost summer when Brown was GM.
The bottom line is we have Embiid, Simmons and Brown remains coach. And we have a chance to retain Butler and Harris. Unfortunately, due to the mistakes and mismanagement, we do not have much else. Smith is a question mark. TJ is not good enough. JJ is old and not versatile or well-rounded enough. Boban, Monroe & Johnson are warm bodies, not capable backup C. Ennis and Scott are ok in certain roles, but limited. JSimmons is dime a dozen. Bolden, Korkmaz and Milton have potential if they can be developed.
We need to address the issues with our stars, build a much better bench and get another elite stud for the roster. I do not believe you can do those things and keep both Butler & Harris and certainly not JJ. You could roll the dice and hope JHarris is ok paying luxury taxes for several years, but unless the results are quick I doubt that has real legs. I think you have to swing hard for Durant or Leonard, hope that keeps Butler here for less and than build a bench through the draft & who you have left - Smith, Korkmaz, Milton, Scott, Bolden etc.