View Full Version : with the 3rd and 10th pick of the 2014 nba draft the sixers select?

05-28-2014, 09:19 PM
future is bright just gotta pick right. :bowdown:

discuss gentlemen

el gringos
06-02-2014, 06:27 PM
Wiggins or Parker

Capella or porzingis

06-19-2014, 02:52 AM
Wiggins or Parker

Capella or porzingis


not sure about the 10th pick situation
but if Noel comes back.

These group of players will certainly get some meaningful minutes/experience in the playoffs.

06-22-2014, 04:13 PM
Depends on how Cleveland and Milwaukee pick. Alot of scenarios can play out here

1. Cleveland isn't concerned about Embiid's injurys and draft him first overall. Milwaukee now left with a choice of wiggens parker or exum. I strongly believe they are leaning towards parker or exum here. This will leave us with the man we wanted and we didn't even have to trade away assets to get him.

2. Hinkie feels the urge to move up given the news of Embiid's injury he's afraid wiggens won't be there at 3. This is where Hinkie has to get creative, I don't see Cleveland accepting #3 and thad young for the 1rst. It will probably take picks 3 and 10 to get the deal done if not more but is that too much?

3.Hinkie plays the board and takes who ever he feels is the right pick at three and than try to move up from 10 using thad young and some 2nd rounders.

4. Hinkie pulls off another deal similar to last year's draft with Jru holiday for Noel and top 5 protected first rounder next year. Or maybe MCW and all 2nd rounders to Orl for 4 and 12 and we draft 3 4 10 12. If he does this it opens a whole bunch of new scenarios and potentially 4 rookie starters imagine wiggens falls to 3 we draft exum at 4 at 10 and 12 we have a selection between Harris, Staukas, Saric, Nurkic, Payne, Young maybe even one of the top eight fall to 10 (Randle, Aaron gordan or even Embiid after injury). craziest scenario but I'll take it in a heartbeat

06-24-2014, 12:24 PM
Pick No. 10, should general manager Sam Hinkie choose to hold on to it, could go a long way in determining his team's future. Will the Sixers go with a shooting guard, thus freeing up some driving space for rookie of the year Michael Carter-Williams? Could they decide to go with a big, bulking front line player whom they envision playing alongside the ultra-athletic Nerlens Noel? Do they go with a crafty scorer or a playmaking forward?

-- Philadelphia Daily News