The Philadelphia 76ers may not have the worst record in the league, but they have certainly become the NBA’s worst team.
They are 15-52, two games better than the 13-54 Milwaukee Bucks, but suffered their 21st straight defeat in a 99-90 loss to the Indiana Pacers Monday night.
The 76ers have a few nice pieces and will add another key piece in this summers’ draft.
Although there are several top prospect, the 76ers have one in mind.
According to to ESPN.com’s Chad Ford, the 76ers have had Kansas Jayhawks’ forward Andrew Wiggins atop their board throughout the season.
In the midst of a 20-game losing streak, the SIxers have had Wiggins atop their board all year, and believe he’d be the perfect complement to Michael Carter-Williams, Nerlens Noel, and Thaddeus Young. The athleticism on that team would be crazy.
Parker is another option, as is Kentucky’s Julius Randle (the Sixers could use someone who can draw a double-team down low). They also likely will have the Pelicans’ pick (it’s top-5 protected) and look to add a big or shooter to the team.
Wiggins averaged 17.6 points, 6.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.2 steals per game this season.