The Orlando summer league, which is basketball's version of spring training, is over, and so is the Philadelphia 76ers' first chance to look at undrafted free agents, journeymen, rookies and other players who made up their 2012 summer league roster.
Doug Collins has a veteran-laden team, with free agency taking up a lot of opportunities that would have otherwise been for the young guys. The team recently signed longtime players Royal Ivey and Kwame Brown to add depth at point guard and center.
The 76ers are in a re-building phase, and I hope they know that. While their free-agent signings, mostly two-year deals for veterans, point in the direction of another hopeless playoff run, I'm hoping coach Doug Collins sees that it will take a year full of learning curves and disaster to develop his young core led by Jrue Holiday.
Who joins that young core will be decided in a month or so, and here are my odds for each key 76ers summer league participant.