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Stakes Extremely High for 76ers In Draft

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These chances come along so infrequently for an NBA team - the chance to reverse a falling tide with the buoy of a very high draft pick - that the pressure to get the pick right is nearly overwhelming.

76ers general manager Ed Stefanski and head coach Doug Collins say they are excited and energized by the opportunity presented before them in the NBA draft Thursday night, but they wouldn't be human if there weren't a tinge of nervousness mixed in with the excitement.

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