(Philadelphia, PA)- 2010-11 is going to be a rebuilding year for the Philadelphia 76ers.
With a new head coach in Doug Collins as well as a new team president in Rod Thorn, the team hopes to take steps forward and leave their 27-55 season behind them.
The Sixers are also looking into cashing in on what they believe is good luck. The Sixers were the real winners in the NBA draft lottery, grabbing the second overall spot, where they took potential starter Evan Turner from Ohio State.
Just like anything in the game of basketball, the starting lineup will be primarily based on their opponents.
In this slideshow, I hope to give multiple options of what the Sixers could be sending onto the court this season.
Understand that I took a few things into account when making these lineups. The first being that the Sixers will allow Evan Turner to start from Game One.
It is still unknown whether he will be ready for the opening game, but with all hopes the team is looking at putting Turner and point guard Jrue Holiday into a position of developing their backcourt of the future.