Saddled with two lottery picks (their own and the New Orleans Pelicans' via a 2013 draft-day trade), Michael Carter-Williams and Nerlens Noel, the Sixers' future is looking far brighter now than when the roster was dismantled last June.
With the most important draft the franchise has faced since they selected Allen Iverson No. 1 overall in 1996 looming, the Sixers will have the ability to add not one, but two game-changing pieces capable of altering the team's future for the better. And that's a reason to celebrate.
What follows is a big board consisting of 10 prospects who would best fit the Sixers' rebuild. The reason we capped the list at 10 players is as follows: The Sixers are currently projected to obtain two picks in the top 10, with their own pick most likely to come at No. 2 overall and the Pelicans' pick most likely to land at No. 10 overall, according to current lottery estimations.
The players you see ranked from No. 10 to No. 6 are players who would make the most sense for the Sixers with the second lottery pick, and prospects No. 5 through No. 1 are players who are worthy of consideration with the team's first selection.