These two youngsters are clearly under the most pressure to deliver on the expectations.
They are the face of hope for the Sixers.
Veterans Andre Iguodala and Elton Brand make the most money by far, but Sixers fans are staking
everything in Jrue Holiday and Evan Turner becoming the best backcourt since Maurice Cheeks and Andrew Toney.
That's asking a lot of two kids who have a combined 51 NBA starts between them, and one of the two has zero.
At 19, Holiday was the youngest player in the NBA last season, but once former coach Eddie Jordan gave him the ball for good, he began to show flashes of a top-notch floor general.