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The Philadelphia 76ers have spent the past month trying to rebuild their roster, one of the deepest rosters in the league.
They are currently without one of their best players in Spencer Hawes, but have been able to bring back some of the players who have helped the team win games in the past.
Here are some of their moves: Drafted: Pick 1: Markelle Fultz, SG, North Carolina.
The Sixers have one of college basketball’s best guards, but they needed to add another big man to the mix.
Fultz is an excellent athlete and playmaker who has been able on the defensive end of the floor for the past two seasons.
He was named the ACC Player of the Year and a consensus All-American in his senior year.
FSU and North Carolina also had some intriguing prospects.
Pick 2: Jamal Murray, SF, Florida State.
The Suns have made a name for themselves in the draft by bringing in a veteran big man in Marcus Morris.
Murray, a six-foot-eight shooting guard, is an extremely skilled and versatile athlete who has played in a variety of positions for his college team.
Murray could be a perfect fit for Phoenix, who needs some help in the frontcourt.
Pick 3: Justin Jackson, SG/SF, Kentucky.
The Lakers have some intriguing players on the roster, but the Lakers have struggled with injuries and need help up front.
Jackson is an all-around big man who has shown flashes of being a consistent threat in the paint.
He has an NBA-caliber shot, and the Lakers should be able to fit him in with a solid veteran frontcourt that can play him at both forward and small forward.
Pick 4: Trey Lyles, PF, Virginia Tech.
Lyles has the versatility to play either forward or shooting guard for Virginia Tech, a team that can run the floor well and make plays off the dribble.
He could fit right in on the Suns’ roster if he can be used as a stretch four.
Pick 5: Josh Jackson, SF/PF, Kentucky, Duke.
The Kings will be trying to win a lot of games with Josh Jackson as a scorer, and this move could help the team.
Jackson could help out a team on defense and defend multiple positions.
Pick 6: Alex Len, C, Wisconsin.
Len is a highly athletic big man with a good combination of size, length, athleticism and athleticism.
Len could fit well in Phoenix, where he can stretch the floor and defend three positions.
He also could be an option on the perimeter for the Suns, where Phoenix could use some help.
Pick 7: Justin Patton, SG Jr., Texas Tech.
Patton is a big man that could fit in on Phoenix’s frontcourt, which could benefit the Suns in the future.
Patton has shown the ability to play both power forward and center for Texas Tech, where the Suns have struggled to win games.
Pick 8: Josh Richardson, C Jr., Kentucky.
Richardson is a small forward with the ability and skill to play any position for Kentucky.
He will be able add some much-needed toughness to the Suns frontcourt with his athleticism and toughness.
Pick 9: Mike Moser, C Sr., North Carolina State.
Moser is a good scorer with an NBA upside.
He should be a great fit on the Lakers, who have some interesting young players in the backcourt.
Picks 10: Tyler Johnson, SG Sr., Arizona State.
Johnson is a long, athletic wing who could be able fit in nicely with the Suns.
He is an above-average defender, but is also a willing passer.
Pick 11: Justin Thomas, SG Fr., Syracuse.
Thomas could be the future of the Suns defense if he is able to work his way into the rotation.
He plays with great confidence, and he could bring a different element to the team in the near future.
Pick 12: Michael Carter-Williams, SG So., Duke.
Carter- Williams is an athletic big who could fit on Phoenix in a pinch.
He can shoot it from the perimeter and is a great passer, and if he develops into a reliable three-point shooter, he could be very useful in the Suns offense.
Pick 13: Jahlil Okafor, PF So., Villanova.
Oka for the second time in three seasons has been given a chance to be a true freshman, and it is going to be interesting to see how he develops as he matures in the NBA.
He might end up being the best player in college basketball this year.
Pick 14: D’Angelo Russell, PF Fr., Duke, UCLA.
Russell could be one of Phoenix’s biggest additions in the upcoming season.
He’s a powerful defender who is willing to take on multiple defenders at once.
Russell is a terrific passer who is extremely athletic, and his size and length could be extremely useful to Phoenix’s offense.
He had a breakout year for Villanova in his