For the 76ers, dealing this pick would most likely signal that whoever they really wanted at 10 is no longer there, and instead look to add a borderline 20 PPG scorer on the wing to add more versatility and offense. They also get the Milwaukee pick, which most likely won’t be of much value unless they’re plagued with catastrophic injuries, but is still a nice extra asset to have to possibly trade for a star in the future.
On the Suns’ end, trading away Warren to get the 10th pick would have to be for a top guy that falls for whatever reason. The most likely candidate for that is Michael Porter, Jr. However, if perhaps Trae Young falls, or in some insane alternate universe, Doncic falls, then the Suns would probably make this deal. Warren is the best expendable asset that Phoenix has, as Josh Jackson projects to be the starting small forward for this team moving forward.