Top 10 Sixers Draft Picks Of All Time

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Luke Jackson

Luke Jackson was a classic 76er. Drafted fourth overall in in 1964, he was a member of the all rookie team his first year, and even played in an all star game right out of the gate. Deservingly so, since he was averaging nearly 15 points per game that season.

Jackson averaged three double doubles throughout his career, using the fact that he could play power forward and center to his advantage.

In 1966-67 he was a starter of the Sixers’ iconic championship team that defeated the Celtics’ long running streak of championships. This team featured Wilt Chamberlin as well, who was traded away two seasons later. Once he was traded, Jackson was expected to step up and become a great player, but was injured and would never be the same following that.

He never played for any team other than the Sixers, and averaged 9.9 points and 8.8 rebounds throughout his entire career.

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