As the Western Conference Finals are taking place in Oakland, the Sixers are looking for new talent of their own in California.
This week, members of the Sixers' front office are attending pre-draft workouts organized through multiple agencies, including BDA Sports Management, CAA Sports, Landmark Sports Agency, Octagon and Wasserman Media Group.
While the Sixers hold the No. 1 pick, these workouts are opportunities for them to evaluate players that could be fits for their 24th and 26th selections.
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On Thursday, the list of workout participants included projected first-rounders Deyonta Davis (Michigan State) and Cheik Diallo (Kansas), according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The scouting process takes NBA teams coast to coast. Earlier this week, the Sixers reportedly attended a private workout with Excel Sports Management in New York City, in which Brandon Ingram and Jamal Murray participated.
The Sixers have held two workouts at their own practice facility, bringing in a total of 12 prospects thus far.
As the draft nears, 57 early-entry candidates withdrew their names from the 2016 draft.