Draft Position: Two lottery picks (best odds to land Nos. 2 and 10), five second-round picks (Nos. 32, 39, 47, 52 and 54)
Much like the Milwaukee Bucks, the Philadelphia 76ers need to crush this draft—particularly their first couple picks—because they stripped down their roster in anticipation of this moment.
But unlike Milwaukee, Philly has another lottery pick, plus five second-round picks. The Sixers tentatively have seven draft slots. They need to hit a home run with that top choice and execute optimal maneuvers with the remaining assets.
If they don't land a franchise cornerstone (for example, if Wiggins severely disappoints or Embiid crumbles) and don't get the better end of a draft-day trade, it would damage their rebuilding process, and this draft would retroactively be considered a colossal failure.
Over the past year, Sam Hinkie systematically ensured that Philly would not have a competitive team in 2013-14 (and let's be honest, it was cleaned out so thoroughly that 2014-15 likely won't be a winning season either).
Therefore, the 2014 offseason marks the end of the demolishing phase and a critical opportunity to add another foundational piece alongside Michael Carter-Williams.