Sixers draft profile: Mikal Bridges
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By Tyler King

SAN ANTONIO, TX – APRIL 02: Mikal Bridges #25 of the Villanova Wildcats cuts down the net after defeating the Michigan Wolverines during the 2018 NCAA Men’s Final Four National Championship game at the Alamodome on April 2, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. Villanova defeated Michigan 79-62. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Continuing with our draft profiles of all of the 2018 NBA Draft entrees, we take a look at Villanova’s own Mikal Bridges and his potential fit with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Mikal Bridges is easily the oldest player of all the likely lottery picks as he leaves Villanova after three years.

Bridges will forever be remembered by Wildcat fans, as he played an integral role in two national championship teams.

He, along with Jalen Brunson and Jay Wright, helped start what is now a college basketball powerhouse at Villanova.

Bridges is a local kid that played his high school ball in Malvern and stayed in the suburbs for his college career.

Now, Philadelphia 76ers fans are hoping he can return to the city to help this young team continue to rise up the ranks in the...



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