|Over the next two days, the NBA will hold its first Draft Combine in Chicago. The NBA hopefuls will be poked, prodded, measured and run through drills. Hopefully, we'll get a look at all the measurables for guys like Jrue Holiday, Stephen Curry and Eric Maynor in short order. After the jump we'll take a look at a couple of updated mock drafts and a Q&A with Courtney Witte, director of player personnel for the Sixers.|
|When the magic ping pong balls handed the number one pick to the Clippers last night, the fate - or at least the availability - of a few players changed instantaneously. After the jump, we'll talk about whether the Sixers can find a way to take advantage.|
|Admittedly, I do not watch a great deal of college basketball. I just don't have the time. Usually, as the season ends, I scramble to read everything I can about the players the Sixers may be targeting. This season, there seems to be more video readily available as well. Personally, I think the Sixers have to draft a point with their #17 pick, or possibly even move up to get one if they can. After the jump, I'll give my initial thoughts on which point I'd like to see the Sixers get.|
|It's human nature to focus on the short term when things are going well. I'm probably more guilty of this sin than most. With that in mind, after the jump we'll take a look at Chad Ford's latest column from ESPN.com, and the possibility of a long-term solution at the point.|
|Every week or so we'll take a look at who the experts think the Sixers will take with the #16 pick in the upcoming draft. Just a quick and dirty post with links...Chad Ford, ESPN - Mareese Speights, 6'10" Center,...|
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