Back in the real world, Wiggins and Parker go 1 and 2 in some order. The Embiid injury is just a tough break at a bad time, but it was always a possibility that Wiggins and Parker would be gone before we got on the board. Hinkie looks at his team, and at his board, and takes Noah Vonleh to complement Noel as a stretch PF who is also long and active on the defensive end. Orlando takes Smart to give them their dream backcourt. Utah happily takes Exum at 5. Boston takes the plunge and grabs Embiid. The Lakers take Randle at 7. Sacramento surprises and takes McDermott as a stretch PF to play with Cousins. Charlotte needs a scorer more than another defensive minded forward and takes Stauskus. The SIXERS still need a SG who can stroke the three ball, and who is also long and athletic and can play some D, and take Young from Kentucky.
Hinkie packages 32 and 47 to move into the latter part of the first round and takes Daniels at SF.
At 39 he takes his backup PG in Burton.
Finally, we package 52 and 54 to move up into the mid forties and take Austin for real size in a backup big man.
Starters are MCW, James Young, Thad Young, Vonleh, and Noel.
Burton, Wroten, Daniels, Sims and Austin, plus Thompson off the bench.
Not the dream draft of Wiggins and Randle, but still a lineup with great size, plenty of defense, a ton of athleticism, much improved three point shooting with James Young, Vonleh and Daniels, and a lot of depth.