As others have said: Huge risk, Huge Reward.
A healthy, cleared Giles would go #1 in this draft unless one of the Internationals somehow does something incredibly extraordinary.
So being able to pick him will depend both on where we pick and how uncertain his prognosis is.
Embiid, projected #1 for most of the year, dropped to #3 becasue of his injuries.
Noel fell to 6th.
I guess best case is that we win the lottery and he looks great and is medically cleared. Both of those events happening seperately are improbable on their own. For both to happen.....well.....so if we have a chance to draft him, there wil most likely be substantial risk involved...as others have alluded to, GM make or break type of risk.
And if we do draft him, when will he be ready to contribute to our current core? I don't think right away, so that means two years of Horford's and IT's (contractual) window gone. As opposed to using the pick to get strong players to help right now.
Man, I'm confused.