Despite being the best player on the board for seemingly half of this exercise, Jakob Poeltl's fit concerns pushed him deep into the Community Big Board. His free fall finally ended at 22, and that probably represents a decent compromise between his ability and his awkward fit into the Sixers current roster. With 30 percent of the vote, Poeltl managed to fend off Skal Labissiere and DeAndre Bembry, who each clocked in with 26 percent.
Tantalizing options are nearly gone at this point, so I'll cape for our newest entry and a divisive name: Caris LeVert. LeVert's tenure at Michigan was plagued by foot injuries which pose a great threat to the long-term viability of his career. However, I think there's a case to be made that gambling on him staying healthy is preferable to gambling on hoping some of the other wings in this draft learn how to play basketball. LeVert is a knock-down shooter on spot-ups, a solid secondary creator and an ideal fit on a team helmed by Ben Simmons.
Fortune favors the bold -- isn't that what we've told ourselves about the Joel Embiid pick? -- so I'd consider a roll of the dice on a lottery talent. What say you?