The Philadelphia 76ers Keep Hitting the Reset Button. How Much Longer Can They Do This?

By Jason McIntyre

The Philadelphia 76ers traded away their best player, Michael Carter-Williams, and are now left with a roster full of NBDL players, Nerlens Noel, and Robert Covington (who nobody’d heard of six months ago). How much longer can GM Sam Hinkie keep hitting the reset button in an effort to land a legit superstar in the draft? What happens if Joel Embiid doesn’t look like a star when he steps on the court? What happens if the pick they got for MCW falls into the 20s because the Lakers kill it in the draft and free agency?

We discuss all of this in the above video.

Yes, I’ve been on board with the 76ers’ strategy, please see here and here.

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