To get some knowledge on the impending 2022 NBA Draft, we got draft master Mark Schindler for a Q&A. Mark covers the NBA and WNBA for BasketballNews.com, SBNation's Indy Cornrows, and WNBA.com, while additionally co-facilitating the Tag the Roll digital recording with Jake Rosen. Make certain to follow him on Twitter @MG_Schindler. Sean Kennedy: The Brooklyn Nets have conceded their acknowledgment of Philadelphia's first-round pick until 2023, meaning the Sixers will hold their 2022 pick at 23rd generally speaking. Is this a result that ought to satisfy Sixers fans? Is there any agreement that either the 2022 or 2023 draft class is greatly improved/further than the other? Mark Schindler: The profundity of 2023 is absolutely going to be reliant upon how the following year unfurls, yet I truly like a portion of the players in that 25-35 territory in this draft, in spite of the fact that it could surely be more profound one year from now. I think we saw regularly this year how much this group coming up short on steady eighth or ninth man that could balance in a large number of circumstances and it truly hurt them in the end of the season games. In spite of the fact that there are inquiries regarding the top end ability in this draft, I truly like a portion of the players in the later first reach for this group to have an influence in their conflict over their youngster contract.