It will surprise no one if the 2014-15 Philadelphia 76ers win fewer games than the 1972-73 Sixers that went 9-73.
But that's not the only slice of NBA history within reach for Philly's, uh, lottery-minded current cast.
And it's only mid-November.
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, only two teams have ever fielded more undrafted players in a single season: Atlanta and Golden State with 10 in 2002-03 and 2009-10, respectively.
You really have to the like the Sixers' chances of getting to at least 11 once you remember that they signed four undrafted players after Jan. 1 last season ... with three of those signings coming after the February trade deadline.
And, yes, we can provide full details for the truly curious about those aforementioned Hawks and Warriors squads thanks to Elias and ESPN.com's own Relentless Adam Reisinger:
* The 10 undrafted players used by the 2002-03 Hawks in a 37-47 campaign: Emanual Davis, Darvin Ham, Antonio Harvey, Jermaine Jackson, Matt Maloney, Mikki Moore, Ira Newble, Paul Shirley, Mike Wilks and Brandon Williams.
* The 10 undrafted players used by the 2009-10 Warriors en route to a 26-56 mark: Kelenna Azubuike, Raja Bell, Chris Hunter, Coby Karl, Cartier Martin, Mikki Moore, Anthony Morrow, Anthony Tolliver, C.J. Watson and Reggie Williams.