Philadelphia 76ers: All-Time Process rankings

Philadelphia 76ers, Joel Embiid and Furkan Korkmaz (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Philadelphia 76ers, Joel Embiid and Furkan Korkmaz (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /
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Henry Sims and Isaiah Canaan (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Henry Sims and Isaiah Canaan (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images) /

25. Henry Sims

Justin DiVirgilio

Henry Sims played 99 games for the 76ers, being apart of the team in the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons.  During that time, he averaged 9.0 points and 5.5 rebounds. Sims was a big man with potential despite sometimes looking as awkward as possible for an NBA big man to look. Sims’ tenure with the team is of someone who worked really hard and that reflected his undrafted status coming into the NBA.

24. Lavoy Allen

Ryan Callahan

Lavoy Allen had an unremarkable career in Philadelphia, but all former “Process” Sixers have a special place in this city. A Temple University product from the Philadelphia suburbs, Allen averaged around five points and five rebounds per game in three seasons with the Sixers.

He never scored more than 20 points in a single game, but he had an impressive basketball IQ, soft touch around the rim and was good at passing to cutters  from the post. His career as a whole is largely forgettable, but he accomplished a feat most players only dream of to be drafted and play for your hometown team.

23. Luc Mbah a Moute

Christopher Kline

Sure, Luc Mbah a Moute started 61 games for the Sixers in 2014-15, averaging 9.9 points and playing solid defense as one of the few veterans on the roster, but who cares. His real contribution to “The Process” was discovering Joel Embiid in a basketball camp in Africa. He’s largely responsible for Embiid getting to the U.S., and by extension Kansas, before earning the No. 3 overall pick in 2014.

22. K.J. McDaniels

Justin DiVirgilio

K.J. McDaniels is one of the first “Process” members as he was the 32nd overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. McDaniels was a human highlight reel in his 52 game stint with the 76ers catching lobs and blocking shots. He averaged 9.2 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.3 blocks with the Sixers. McDaniels’ time on with the club was purposeful as he was then dealt to the Houston Rockets for Isaiah Canaan and a 2015 2nd-round pick that wound up becoming Richaun Holmes.

21T. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot

Christopher Kline

Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot was drafted a couple spots in front of Furkan Korkmaz, another late-first round pick in 2016 who failed under Colangelo’s watch. The pick used to select him was a part of the deal that ended Thaddeus Young’s tenure with the Sixers. He showed flashes of 3-and-D promise, but never cracked league average as a 3-point shooter and his defense oftentimes underwhelmed, despite obvious athletic tools.

21T. Carl Landry

Christopher Kline

Carl Landry was a salary dump, which Hinkie took on in the Sixers’ infamous move to acquire Sacramento’s pick swaps. He spent one season in Philly and averaged 9.8 points, but will be remembered for his involvement as a trade asset.