The 2011 NBA Draft doesn't bode well for any franchise who is looking for a franchise-changing player. Instead, it is filled with quality prospects who are expected to log quality minutes.
Therefore, if you are expecting your team to draft the next Kevin Durant, you will have to wait a year or two. Instead, this draft is littered with Jason Terry's and Manu Ginobili's.
This dilemma isn't great for Philadelphia 76ers. While anyone would love to have a guy like Terry or Ginobili, the fact of the matter is that they might have to wait a year or two.
With Comcast, the current owners of the Sixers, getting ready to sell the team after flopping big time on contracts (see Andre Iguodala, Samuel Dalembert), a new look is coming. Whomever the new owners may be, the will have to worry about filling the often-vacant Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia.
With that in mind, here are four prospects who could help the 76ers organization continue to blossom while also filling the seats with unexpected play that transforms them into the Jason Terry's and Manu Ginobili's of the universe.