Sixers draft profile: Isaac Bonga
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By Christopher Kline

MUNICH, GERMANY – FEBRUARY 04: Isaac Bonga of Fraport Skyliners and Alex King of FC Bayern Muenchen battle for the ball during the game between FC Bayern Muenchen and the Fraport Skyliners at Audi Dome on February 4, 2017 in Munich, Germany. (Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images)

Will the Philadelphia 76ers spend a second-round pick on one of the 2018 NBA Draft’s most unique prospects?

The Philadelphia 76ers will almost certainly explore draft-and-stash options in the second round. With free agency upcoming and limited roster spots available, they simply can’t afford to roster four second-round picks.

That’s where prospects like Isaac Bonga come into the picture.

Playing for the Frankfurt Skyliners in Germay, Bonga is one of the youngest players in the 2018 NBA Draft. Combine that with the uniqueness of his skill set and physical tools, and you have somebody whose stock in hard to peg.

Bonga is 6-9 with a 7-0 wingspan, all while boasting legitimate point guard skills. He does his best work as the primary ball handler, whether it be running the fastbreak or operating in the pick-and-roll. There are some glaring holes in his game, but he’s the kind of upside play the Sixers — and every other team — should look...

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