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Regardless of the circumstances, the finish is always very exciting, as first noted when the New York Knicks got the first overall pick in 1985 and had the chance to select the clear No. 1 prospect in the draft (Georgetown center Patrick Ewing).
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.
A lottery selection didn't look to be in the cards for the Knicks early in the season. That is the kind of tanking that would make plenty of organizations jealous, but that wasn't the plan for the Knicks from the start.
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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. This is especially true in a year with some serious difference-makers available with lottery picks, such as DeAndre Ayton, Marvin Bagley III and Jaren Jackson.
Joking aside, the Los Angeles Clippers have a pretty minimal chance of getting a top-three pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.
The top three picks are determined by a ping pong ball drawing, and the teams with the worst record have the best odds of winning the lottery. The Knicks are most likely to stick in the ninth spot, which is where they will be starting.
Luck, indeed. The Cavaliers won the first overall pick three times in four years, beginning with Kyrie Irving in 2011, followed by Anthony Bennett in 2013, and Andrew Wiggins in 2014. They have not had the No. 1 pick since. If they fall, then their front office will need to nail a pick in a tricky part of the draft.