NBA Draft 2010: Philadelphia 76ers’ Options at No. 2

June 21st, 2010 by David Mitchell Leave a reply »
It's back to the drawing board for the Philadelphia 76ers. After consecutive playoff appearances for the first time since 2003, Philadelphia slipped back to a dismal 27-55 record in 2009-2010. When the new season begins at the end of this year, the 76ers will have a new coach and a new strategy as they tries to find a solution to its on-court woes. This transition will begin on June 24, where the Sixers will pick second in the 2010 NBA Draft. While this year's No. 1 pick is all but a given with athletic point guard John Wall on the board, the Sixers will have a couple of options when their time on the clock arrives. According to's Chad Ford, Sixers general manager Ed Stafanski is a fan of former Ohio State guard Evan Turner while new head coach Doug Collins favors Georgia Tech's Derrick Favors. Who they choose will go a long way in determining the future of this scrambling franchise. Here is a look at the Sixers options as well as the benefits and drawbacks of each.Begin Slideshow


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