Report: Sixers Inquire About First Overall Pick
The Philadelphia 76ers must have their eyes set on one particular player.
According to a report, the Sixers have asked the Cleveland Cavaliers about their first overall pick in this month's draft.
The Sixers are said to be unwilling to surrender both the third and tenth overall picks, but are indeed willing to give up the third selection.
ESPN sources said that Thaddeus Young would also be included in the potential move.
It is widely believed that Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins is the play who the Sixers covet and are willing to move up to do so.
Young is slated to make $9.1 million next season and has a player option for next season worth $9.8 million.
The Sixers also have five second round picks.