Who's in better position to rebuild, the Celtics or 76ers?

Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Open ended discussion question.

I'm not going to answer this for you.  I just thought I'd throw out the topic for discussion.  Both the Celtics and 76ers have a lot of draft picks and young players to build with.  Each has some degree of cap flexibility.  You know the Celtics situation and you can read a very nice synopsis of the Sixers setup at the link below.  But the following quote is true for both the Celtics and Sixers.  Gotta do something with all those assets.

76ers face big summer that will shape success of their rebuild - SBNation.com

But for all the assets, there are few cornerstones. Assets are not worth anything if nothing becomes of them. The Sixers have gone down this path in order to obtain as much talent as possible, yet so far, all they have acquired is a lot of means of potentially getting said talent, not the talent itself.

So who's set up better for the future?  Explain your answer below.  You too lurkers!

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