At the 11th pick, Kelly Olynyk can provide the 76ers with much needed offense. In their 2012-13 campaign, the 76ers ranked dead last in scoring with 93.2 points per game. Most of the scoring load came from the backcourt combination of Jrue Holiday, Jason Richardson and Nick Young.
The 76ers are in need of an offensive presence inside. In his final season at Gonzaga, Olynyk averaged 17.8 PPG shooting at an efficient 66.3 percent from the field. He displayed a variety of ways to score the ball with his post moves and outside shooting. With the possibility of Andrew Bynum’s departure, Olynyk can the piece the 76ers may be looking for to get back into the playoffs.