Philadelphia 76ers: NBA preseason top-100 rankings 2023-24

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60. C Myles Turner, Pacers

It’s weird to think about it, but Myles Turner is a veteran on this young Indiana Pacers team. He’s the prototypical 3-and-D center. In the past, he’s been on the trade market, but with the Pacers looking to make the playoffs, he should be off the market.

59. G/F Bruce Brown, Pacers

After winning an NBA title with the Nuggets, Brown was able to parlay his great play into a massive deal with the Pacers. he figures to be either the fifth starter or the sixth man coming off the bench. Brown is one of the most versatile guards/wings in the NBA.

58. PG Russell Westbrook, Clippers

It’s hard to believe that Russell Westbrook is at the point of his career when he’s not a top-50 player, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t valuable. He can still be a starter and carry a team for stretches. He’s still limited as a shooter, but his hustle and playmaking are still elite skills that should help the Clippers this season.

57. C Deandre Ayton, Blazers

If Deandre Ayton was still a member of the Phoenix Suns, then he’d be lower on this list, but he was traded to the Blazers so he should have a bigger role next season. Ayton has all the tools to be a franchise center and now he will be a featured option on offense in Portland.

56. SF Franz Wagner, Magic

This could very easily be a breakout season for former lottery pick Franz Wagner. The Orlando Magic might be one of the teams in line to make a leap into the play-in tournament this postseason and the emergence of two-way wing Franz Wagner is the main reason why. At this point, Wagner just needs to increase his volume of shots to become an All-Star level player.