On Tuesday night, the 14 teams who didn't make the playoffs will be hoping for good luck. Meanwhile, Michigan State forward Miles Bridges, Texas Tech 2-guard Zhaire Smith and Texas A&M big man Robert Williams could become quick fan favorites for whichever franchises select them. The team with the worst record have the best odds and the team with the best record among those that missed the postseason have the worst odds. We might not see another blockbuster like last year's swap between the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics involving the No. 1 overall pick, but don't be surprised if some All-Star-caliber player winds up finding a new home. No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz never get off the bench for Philly in the conference semifinals, while No. 3 pick Jayson Tatum averaged over 20 a game and scored the winning basket in the decisive Game 5.More news: Weak-looking Parrikar addresses BJP meet via video
Check out the breakdown of each teams' lottery odds here. But for the Magic, a team that desperately needs a talent infusion, nabbing a top-three pick this year would be crucial.
In a way, it's a little weird seeing the Sixers in the situation they find themselves in since this was a team that went from 10 wins to a 52-30 record during the 2017-18 season, showing this team is finally moving in the right direction.More news: At least 61 dead in four states from dust storm
The C's will receive the Lakers' pick if it lands second through fifth.
We are now watching the Celtics prove what a stellar job they have done drafting in assembling this core.More news: AMG GT family welcomes new 'open air' Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster S