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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 30,492
    cutz said:
    Mikal Bridges would be perfect at 10
    Yeah, that would  be nice. 

    What if Michael Porter JR slips to #10?
    Welp...then we’d have a couple good options to consider
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  • pjhawkspjhawks Posts: 8,440
    cutz said:
    Mikal Bridges would be perfect at 10
    Yeah, that would  be nice. 

    What if Michael Porter JR slips to #10?
    Welp...then we’d have a couple good options to consider
    Mikal Bridges is still a better option for this team. he is a perfect fit for this Sixers team.  
  • JK_LivinJK_Livin South JerseyPosts: 6,473
    Not liking the look of these mocks with the 10th pick. If both Bridges are gone, I'll be disappointed. Don't know much about Porter but another injured guy would fit right in. I saw this Miami kid at 10 in one mock and the last thing I remember from him was a meltdown in the final minute of their NCAA tournament game. After the Celtic series, we don't need to add to that mess.
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  • cutzcutz Posts: 7,157
    pjhawks said:
    cutz said:
    Mikal Bridges would be perfect at 10
    Yeah, that would  be nice. 

    What if Michael Porter JR slips to #10?
    Welp...then we’d have a couple good options to consider
    Mikal Bridges is still a better option for this team. he is a perfect fit for this Sixers team.  
    Michael Porter Jr. is  6' 10" who can run and handle well. And, he can shoot. He did hurt his back the first game and missed most of the season(think he only played a few games, 3-5?) so that could be another reason the 76ers  would Draft him if he was at #10>LOL
  • pjhawkspjhawks Posts: 8,440
    cutz said:
    pjhawks said:
    cutz said:
    Mikal Bridges would be perfect at 10
    Yeah, that would  be nice. 

    What if Michael Porter JR slips to #10?
    Welp...then we’d have a couple good options to consider
    Mikal Bridges is still a better option for this team. he is a perfect fit for this Sixers team.  
    Michael Porter Jr. is  6' 10" who can run and handle well. And, he can shoot. He did hurt his back the first game and missed most of the season(think he only played a few games, 3-5?) so that could be another reason the 76ers  would Draft him if he was at #10>LOL
    Bridges will be a better perimeter defender and 3-point shooter which is exactly what this teams needs.  I think Porter, if healthy, will be good but just think Bridges is a better fit here...and i hate nova so for me to admit that...
  • cutzcutz Posts: 7,157
    pjhawks said:
    cutz said:
    pjhawks said:
    cutz said:
    Mikal Bridges would be perfect at 10
    Yeah, that would  be nice. 

    What if Michael Porter JR slips to #10?
    Welp...then we’d have a couple good options to consider
    Mikal Bridges is still a better option for this team. he is a perfect fit for this Sixers team.  
    Michael Porter Jr. is  6' 10" who can run and handle well. And, he can shoot. He did hurt his back the first game and missed most of the season(think he only played a few games, 3-5?) so that could be another reason the 76ers  would Draft him if he was at #10>LOL
    Bridges will be a better perimeter defender and 3-point shooter which is exactly what this teams needs.  I think Porter, if healthy, will be good but just think Bridges is a better fit here...and i hate nova so for me to admit that...
    HAHA>Yeah i know you're a Nova hater. I think Bridges would be a nice pick too. But, will he be there?  

    Well, no surprise that Simmons was selected as a finalist for ROY. Embiid a finalist for Defensive POY. Rudy Gobert probably wins that?
  • cutzcutz Posts: 7,157
    MAYBE Covington should've had this done is December?

    Sixers' Covington undergoes finger surgery
    2h ago
    Al Bello / Getty Images Sport / Getty

    Philadelphia 76ers forward Robert Covington underwent successful finger surgery, the team announced in a release.

    Covington needed a procedure to repair the extensor tendon on his left middle finger.

    Covington suffered the injury in a game on Dec. 28 against the Portland Trail Blazers. He will wear a splint on the hand while recovering, and be re-evaluated in two-to-three weeks, the team added.

    Covington had another solid season for the Sixers, averaging 12.6 points per game and shooting 36 percent from 3-point range in 80 games played.

  • DeamonDeamon Posts: 91
    cutz said:
    Mikal Bridges would be perfect at 10
    Yeah, that would  be nice. 

    What if Michael Porter JR slips to #10?
    No chance he slips.  I'd rather sexton or Bridges be the pick
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  • cutzcutz Posts: 7,157
    Deamon said:
    cutz said:
    Mikal Bridges would be perfect at 10
    Yeah, that would  be nice. 

    What if Michael Porter JR slips to #10?
    No chance he slips.  I'd rather sexton or Bridges be the pick
    I doubt he slips either, but if by some miracle he does?  I'm drafting him.
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