The NBA Draft Lottery is theater at its finest, rivaled only by the World Cup draw in terms of mining drama out of the selection of ping pong balls.
However, if the Sixers do end up getting the Lakers pick this year, this would mean the Celtics end up with the first-round pick of the Sacramento Kings in 2019, which based off their previous records over the years could work wonders.
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And since we've got the NBA Draft on our minds, why not make it the topic of discussion for this week's Trivia Tuesday? When it comes to the Pistons pick, there is a 0.7 percent chance that the pick is number one and a 2.5 percent chance of landing in the top three. We've given you their draft year and the college for which they played.
So that's your challenge this week - name all 27 of them.
The Phoenix Suns will have the best odds at landing the top pick after going 21-61 this season for the worst record in the National Basketball Association. But even he would readily acknowledge how important the lottery is to the Magic, a franchise in need of a jump-start.
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The Timberwolves have tried various forms of luck, sent ambassadors young and old and generally hoped for the best over the last 13 years of NBA Draft Lottery history.
Thanks to a couple of pointless late-season wins (and some early-season success before Kristaps Porzingis tore his ACL), the Knicks only have a 6.1 percent chance of moving into the top three.
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The most likely scenario is that the Sixers will get the pick and it will land at No. 10.