Acquired from the Boston Celtics for the No. 3 pick. The Celtics would also acquire the Los Angeles Lakers' first-round pick in 2018 that had conveyed to Philadelphia, if it lands anywhere from No. 2 to No. 5. If it lands at No. 1 or No. 6 or greater, the Celtics will get a first round pick from the Sixers instead.

The No. 3 pick was not the Sixers' natural selection. They acquired it from the Sacramento Kings in the 2015 trade that sent the rights to two European prospects to the Kings for Nik Stauskas, Carl Landry and Jason Thompson.

Officially, the Sixers acquired the right to swap picks in the first round if Sacramento's pick landed higher after the lottery. It did, so Philadelphia got it.

- The No. 6 pick in the second round / 36 overall: Jonah Bolden

The Sixers had the right to the second-round pick of whichever of Golden State, New York, Detroit and Utah drafted first in the round. The Knicks landed highest.

The Sixers acquired the pick after a series of trades involving those teams and the Toronto Raptors in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, followed by the 76ers' trade of Kendall Marshall to Utah.

- The No. 9 pick in the second round / 39 overall: Jawun Evans

This had been the Dallas Mavericks' natural second-round pick. It was acquired in the trade that sent Nerlens Noel to Dallas. Evans was traded to the Angeles Clippers soon after he was drafted.

- The No. 16 pick in the second round / 46 overall: Sterling Brown

The pick was originally Miami's, and would have remained the Heat's had it ended up in the 31-40 range.

Miami traded the pick to Atlanta in 2013 as part of a deal at year's draft. Atlanta traded the pick to the 76ers in the Ersan Ilyasova deal. If the pick does not convey to the 76ers, it will become an unprotected second round pick in 2018.

- The No. 20 pick in the first round / 50 overall: Mathias Lesort

- A first-round pick that had belonged to the Los Angeles Lakers, if it lands at No. 1 or No. 6 or greater.

If the pick lands from No. 2 to No. 5, it goes to the Boston Celtics. If it lands anywhere else, the Sixers keep it and Boston gets a first-round pick in 2019.

- Their own natural second-round pick.

- The Houston Rockets' natural second-round pick.

Acquired in the trade that sent Shawn Long to Houston.

- The second-round pick of whichever of Brooklyn and Cleveland drafts first in the round.

- Sacramento's natural first-round pick, maybe.

Also acquired in the 2015 Nik Stauskas deal. If the Celtics don't get the Sixers' first-round pick in 2018 that had belonged to the Lakers, Boston will have its choice of whichever of the above two first round picks is better -- unless one of them lands at No. 1 overall, in which case the 76ers keep that one.

- Their own natural second-round pick.

- The Knicks' natural second-round pick.

Also acquired in the Arnett Moultrie deal.

- The second-round pick of whichever of Milwaukee and Sacramento drafts first in the round.

- Oklahoma City's first-round pick, top-20 protected; if it is top 20, the 76ers instead get the Thunder's second-round picks in 2022 and 2023.

Acquired in the 2016 deal that sent Jerami Grant to the Thunder.

- Their own natural second-round pick.

- The Nets' natural second-round pick.

Also acquired in the Kirilenko deal.

- The Knicks' natural second-round pick.

Acquired in a 2015 deal that sent Guillermo Hernangomez to New York.

- Their own natural second-round pick.

- The Knicks' natural second-round pick.

Also acquired in the Hernangomez deal.