Sam Hinkie is rebuilding the Philadelphia 76ers behind a strategy of accumulating young draft picks and players that have possibly been overlooked.

"Any player we're investing in, we do it because we assume they're undervalued," Hinkie said.

The 76ers have acquired the likes of Royce White, James Anderson and Tim Ohlbrecht this offseason.

"We'll focus on building something that will end in a place everybody will be proud of. If our young players play great, then things will move on quickly. If they don't, then it will move along more slowly," Hinkie said. "It's a little early right now. [Nerlens Noel and Michael Carter-Williams] are both under contract for four years. That allows you to look around the bend a little bit, and look past a turnover or be patient with an injury."