19 May 2017 12:53:30
Philadelphia: 2017 1st (6th), both 2017 2nds, and Biyombo

Orlando: 2017 1st (3rd) and Okafor

Philadelphia moves slightly down and receives 2 high 2nd round picks

Orlando moves up and gets Okafor, maybe change of scenery does him well.

Orlando drafts Jackson (3rd) and Giles (25th)

Philadelphia drafts Monk or Fox (6th) plus whoever with their other picks

1.) 19 May 2017
19 May 2017 13:11:15
Sixers have tons of 2nd rd picks. not enough to trade down for sixers.

2.) 19 May 2017
19 May 2017 13:34:42
I'm alright with Philly trading down since Jackson isn't the ideal fit for 76ers, Monk's shooting ability would be a great fit at #6. However, 76ers need to get a great return since Jackson is a very good prospect. 2 2nds and Biyombo's big contract don't really help the 76ers at all. Fournier and Ross are probably all 76ers would be interested (solid wings who can shoot) in of the Magic other than future first round draft picks. For me it would probably take something like Fournier and Magic top 5 protected 2018 pick in addition to #6 for 3rd pick and Okafor.

3.) 19 May 2017
19 May 2017 13:54:44
Hezonja? Could potentially be involved in this deal! Not sure how Orlando are feeling about him now.

4.) 19 May 2017
19 May 2017 15:01:23
Its comical that you add 2 second rounders to this trade. Sixers already have 4 this year, why would they want more? I could see sixers trading this pick, but not to orlando.

5.) 19 May 2017
19 May 2017 15:07:50
Agree that the sixers theoretically could move down because they do need some more shooting/ guards to fit with embiid Simmons and saric, but the idea that jackson doesn't fit at all is false.

Even if Simmons doesn't work out at the point guard spot, they still could have all of him jackson and saric rotate at the 3 and 4. Depending on matchups I could even see all three of them together on the floor when embiid needs a blow.

Because of the foresight of the previous GM, they still will have two firsts in the next 3 drafts which m9re then likely atleast 1 lottery pick in each. They at this point should still be taking the best player available. Jackson is that.

6.) 19 May 2017
19 May 2017 15:36:46
I'm a Magic fan and I can't see this happening. Sixers trading down for Monk is a good idea as he can spread the floor, get hot, create his own shot, defend pg's, he can get to the basket and is fairly athletic which would fit well next to Simmons who will run the offence and he can cover his weaknesses by matching up against big sg's.
But Biyombo is an overpaid rim protector and two seconds when Sixers already have loads of 2nds.

Sixers would probably go for the 6th pick and a future 1st for the 3rd pick as Magic aren't projected to get better anytime soon so that would be a lottery pick and an asset for their future to trade or build with.