After another disappointing season in Philadelphia, the Sixers are looking to give the team a fresh look. That process began with a couple of mid-season trades and the team responded with a much improved second half of the season, despite losing Danny Manning before he ever put on a Philly jersey. With Magic Johnson on the trade block and potentially heading to an expansion team, the shooting guard position will be there for the taking. With that in mind, the Sixers selected LSU phenom Chris Jackson, now to be known as Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf after his conversion to Islam. Abdul-Rauf is expected to line up next to Rod Strickland in the back court, providing three point prowess that has been lacking for a few seasons.