Wander through the third floor of the Hilton hotel on Tuesday night, through a sea of optimistic NBA executives, amped-up player agents and worn-out league staffers, and there is no telling the chatter you might hear. No team in the NBA evokes a more powerful reaction than the 76ers, perennial doormats who (purposefully) completed a third straight sub-20 win season. The disdain for what the Sixers have done, intentionally tanking three straight years to load up on lottery picks, is rampant.