Fake NBA Draft Report: Could TyTy Washington Jr. To the Sixers?

We are here again.

A year after picking Jaden Springer with the 28th pick, Thursday night the Sixers will enter the NBA draft in Brooklyn with 23rd place.

Let’s do one last phantom drafts report:

Sam Vicini, athlete

Jake LaRavia, Wake Forest

Vicini: “It would be surprising to see LaRavia come out in the top 35. He shot very well in pre-season training and convinced the teams that he could be a high volume shooter to make it. He has tested well as an athlete in the group and has the kind of confident mindset that tends to succeed. It’s the next level among role-playing players. It is believed that the 76ers pick will be available in the trade if the right bid comes.”

LaRavia was the All-ACC pick for the Demon Deacons after playing his first two college seasons at Indiana State. The 6-foot-8 striker has a semi-casual undercover with minimal overdrive. He was extremely effective (64.9 real shots, second in the conference) and productive in many areas, scoring 14.6 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.7 assists, and 1.7 steals per game.

Jeremy Wu, Sports Illustrated

Ty Washington Jr., Kentucky

Wu: “There is a strong belief around the NBA that Philadelphia ends up trading this pick, potentially pairing it with either Danny Green or Matisse Thybulle as they look to bolster their support team around Joel Embiid and James Harden, potentially also saving some money. Daryl Morey has been averse to using draft picks in the past, so it wouldn’t be surprising if someone else chose here.

“However, if Washington falls a bit, it would be an option worth considering here. Word is that it hasn’t overshadowed the exercise circuit and could be in a tiny slice. Despite the New Year’s erratic, there is still some optimism surrounding the Washington context, He played through injury and often did better Kentucky guards in the NBA.However, he’s not a great athlete or too tall for a combo guard, and he’s a bit polarizing, considering he was too old for a freshman. Washington may eventually benefit from the fact that this is a very weak draft guard, and he has described it as a potentially powerful rotation option.”

Brian CalProxy, USA TODAY for the win

Ty Washington Jr., Kentucky

Kalbrowski: “I’ve long enjoyed imagining Kentucky’s TyTy Washington fitting over the Philadelphia 76ers. After the success they’ve had with former Kentucky star Therese Maxi, I think they’d be willing to do a similar adventure here. Washington will be a solid asset late in the first round. “.

Washington is similar to Maxi in that he feels comfortable playing fast while still being in control. He made more than three turnovers in one game only twice in his first season. If the Sixers pick him up, we imagine Kentucky coach John Calipari would be a frequent visitor to Philadelphia.

Jonathan Jevoni, ESPN

Wendell Moore Jr., Duke

A gift: “…Moore had a strong first draft process with excellent performances in several specials, helping establish himself as a first-round pick. The Duke producer has piqued the teams’ interest with a strong frame, 7-foot wingspan, passing ability and shooting ability in Outside at just 20 years old, with over 2,500 minutes of college basketball experience under his belt.”

Although there are more exciting possibilities that might be available at this range, Moore is already well experienced and familiar with high-pressure large gaming setups. He raised his three-point percentage to 41.3 as a rookie and shot more than 80 percent of the error streak each season at Duke.

Kristen Beck, Yahoo Sports

Walker Kessler, Auburn

Glance: “Kessler led the country in blocks (155) during his sophomore season at Auburn. The rim running center moves well for his 7-foot-1 size and has solid action, holding defenders on the block and finishing solidly at the rim.”

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Rob Schaefer, NBC Sports Chicago

Daleen Terry, Arizona

Schaefer: “Whether Philadelphia trades or keeps that choice, Terry makes sense in this slot. He is a tall, energetic defender and a nimble enough facilitator who, if he improves the consistency of his outside shot, can grow well into the 3D winger that is so in vogue in this day and age.”

Terry also looks like he could be a reasonable choice for several teams before the Sixers, including the Timberwolves (#19), the Nuggets (#21) and the Grizzlies (#22). In addition to his defense, Terry’s passing talent and general ability to contribute without scoring should attract playoff teams with a high utilization of stars.

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