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The way Sixers fans chant “Hin-kie” or tweet #InHinkieWeTrust or wear shirts with his name and face on them at a draft lottery party on Tuesday night, you would think the Sixers were playing in the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Sixers finished the 2013-14 regular with second worst record in the NBA, giving them the second best chances at the first-overall pick in the 2014-15 draft, a 19.9% chance. However, to the fans dismay, the Sixers did not end up with the first or second overall selections on Tuesday night, but rather the third overall pick. They also acquired New Orleans’ 10th overall pick, giving the Sixers two top-ten picks in a deep 2014 draft.
Sixers general manager Sam Hinkie, is not seen or heard from often, except on draft day of course. Last year during the 2013 NBA draft, Hinkie traded Jrue Holiday to the New Orleans Pelicans for the 2013 sixth overall pick in Nerlens Noel and a 2014 first-round pick.
Sam Hinkie never said it would be a fast turnaround.
Most of the NBA was very quiet for a second consecutive year at the trade deadline. That was not the case for general manager Sam Hinkie and the Philadelphia 76ers.
With the NBA trade deadline just two days away, I decided to write an open letter to Sixers general manager, Sam Hinkie.