Each of the last two seasons, the biggest need on the Philadelphia 76ers' draft board has been perimeter shooting, yet the team has opted for a best-available approach, which has netted them frontcourt products Nikola Vucevic, Lavoy Allen, Maurice Harkless and Arnett Moultrie. Not too shabby. But a guard to keep an eye on is former-Kansas State guard Jacob Pullen.
Pullen made nearly 300 3-point baskets in his four years for the Wildcats and has already netted seven makes in two Summer League games; he has led the 76ers in scoring both games, with 15 in the loss to Indiana and 23 in the recent loss to Utah. While never a true point guard, Pullen has managed to tally 6 assists to 4 turnovers thus far, showing some ability to give the team minutes as a second or third guard off the bench.