The two basic possibilities for the SIXERS are if Wiggins is there at three, or if he is not.
If he is there, it's a no brainer, pick him, and the best available PF at 10.
Any of Gordon, Vonleh, Randle or even McDermott to help space the floor.
Then pick up a backup PG and more shooting in round 2. And a three and d guy as well.
If Wiggins is not there, time to be a little more creative.
Trade the three pick and 39 to Utah for 5 and 23...unlike many proposed trades, that's a fair deal for both teams. Utah takes Parker. Orlando takes Exum, or more likely Smart. Pick Gordon at 5 to add even more athleticism and defense. Plus it messes with the Celtics, always a plus! Boston takes whichever of the PGs is left - it doesn't really matter. Next make the Lakers an offer they cannot refuse - Thad, #23, and #47 for #7 and Nash's expiring deal. Nash is your backup PG and a mentor to MCW. Take the best shooter in the draft, Stauskus, at 7, Sacramento takes one of the PFs at 8, likely Vohleh to space the floor for Cousins, Charlotte covets McDermott at 9, and you are left with the other PF, most likely Randle, at 10.
MCW, Stauskus, Gordon, Randle, Noel, still have #32, 52, and 54 for more depth.still have Wroten, Sims, Thompson. Can probably package 32 and some minor assets and get a 4th pick in the first round if there is someone you have been targeting available late in the first.