Best and Worst Draft Choices — for All 30 Teams

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  • Some of the Best and Not-So-Great Draft Choices
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Philadelphia 76ers

Best Value: Maurice Cheeks, No. 36, 1978. Talk about a diamond in the rough — Cheeks gave Philadelphia a decade of solid point guard play, and the team won an NBA title in 1983. Charles Barkley (No. 5 in 1984) could have been the pick here, but he played only half his career in Philly.

Worst Value:
Marvin Barnes, No. 2, 1974. Barnes signed with the Spirits of St. Louis of the ABA and never played for the 76ers. Jamaal Wilkes was among the players available when Philadelphia picked Barnes. (Photo: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

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