Philadelphia 76ers Draft Board: Post Lottery Edition

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Philadelphia 76ers Draft Board: Post Lottery Edition
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Two of the 76ers' options: Joel Embiid and Andrew Wiggins.

Now that the dust has settled and the ping-pong balls have fallen into their respective places, it's time to assess the consequences of Tuesday night's NBA draft lottery results for the Philadelphia 76ers

The 76ers (19-63) went into the night with the second-best chances at securing the No. 1 overall pick (19.9 percent) according to SI.com. When it was all said and done, they ended up with pick No. 3 as well as pick No. 10, courtesy of their 2013 draft night trade with the New Orleans Pelicans

Armed with two lottery picks and five second-rounders in a deep draft, the 76ers now have a clearer vision for their immediate future and some idea of what their tanktastic 2013-14 season will yield them. 

Here are seven players who could be fits at either No. 3 or No. 10, and what would need to happen in order for them to land in Philadelphia. This isn't a definitive ranking of the seven best players available (notice there's no Julius Randle, Marcus Smart and others), but guys who are legitimate options and schematic fits for their two lottery selections. 

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