The Sixers are left with picks Nos. 38, 56 and 60 in the second round in addition to the 10th and 26th pick of the first round.
Recent history suggests the Sixers will be hard-pressed to find an immediate contributor in this year's NBA Draft.
Mikal Bridges is reportedly the favorite to be picked by the New York Knicks at the ninth spot even if Michael Porter Jr. is still available.
A consensus may be forming on who the Sixers will pick as long as they don't trade up.
The 6-foot-10 Missouri Porter, who had back surgery and only played three games, is a big risk, but his talent will likely have him chosen in the top seven.
If drafting Fultz was the biggest basketball mistake made here by Bryan Colangelo, he's not around to protect is any longer.
Fultz is trying to regain the shooting form that made him the unanimous first overall draft pick in 2017.
Foles and DiVincenzo top a lengthy list of Philly-centric athletes up for awards at this year's ESPYs.
Check out Keith Pompey's NBA mock draft to see where he thinks Mikal Bridges will end up, and which other players the Sixers might pick.
With or without Bryan Colangelo, this offseason was always going to be a test of the organization that he built in his two years at the helm.
The Sixers brought Knox and Zhaire Smith back to their second workouts with the team. If Mikal Bridges isn't at No. 10, Knox could be one of their first choices.
Sarah Todd's mock draft of the NBA's first round.
David Murphy's mock draft for the 2018 NBA draft.