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Through Friday’s games, the 24-40 Sixers owned the league’s 10th-worst record, which would give them a 1.1 percent shot at the top pick in the June 27 draft.
But the Sixers were only three games from the third-worst mark, which would increase the odds to 15.6 percent (assuming there are no ties). Even slipping to No. 5 would make it 8.8 percent.