76ers get No. 1 pick in the draft

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With Philadelphia and the L.A. Lakers getting the top two selections Tuesday in the NBA draft lottery, they are expected to take Duke's Brandon Ingram and LSU's Ben Simmons in some combination at the top of the draft.

Dragan Bender of Maccabi Tel Aviv, California's Jaylen Brown, Providence's Kris Dunn and Kentucky's Jamal Murray are considered excellent prospects who will likely to be selected right behind Ingram and Simmons.

The final order of the first 14 selections of the June 23 NBA draft is as follows:

1. Philadelphia 76ers
2. L.A. Lakers
3. Boston Celtics (from Brooklyn)
4. Phoenix Suns
5. Minnesota Timberwolves
6. New Orleans Pelicans
7. Denver Nuggets (from New York)
8. Sacramento Kings
9. Toronto Raptors (from Denver)
10. Milwaukee Bucks
11. Orlando Magic
12. Utah Jazz
13. Phoenix Suns (from Washington)
14. Chicago Bulls

With Ingram and Simmons being the marquee attractions of this year's draft class, here is The Vertical's breakdown of each player.

Brandon Ingram | SF | Duke
Freshman | 18 | 6-9, 196

Ben Simmons | SF/PF | LSU
Freshman | 19 | 6-10, 239