What if the Philadelphia 76ers win the NBA Draft Lottery?

What if the Philadelphia 76ers win the NBA Draft Lottery?

What if the Philadelphia 76ers win the NBA Draft Lottery?

But once again, the night of the NBA Draft Lottery is one that the Celtics will be paying close attention to, as it carries some pretty big ramifications for the franchise going forward.

The consensus leading into Tuesday's lottery is the top three picks will be Williamson, Morant and Barrett.

The NBA Draft Lottery is almost here and Dallas Mavericks fans are waiting at the edges of their seats to see if the Mavs are going to get to keep their first round pick in this year's draft.

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The Knicks have a 14.0% chance at landing the top pick while the Pelicans have a 6% chance on winning it on their own. The Kings have the worst odds of any team to land that No. 1 pick, so the Celtics should be safe on that front.

Now, after a disappointing season, Minnesota will look to grab a pick in the top-four.

The NBA playoffs are in full swing, and as more teams go home, fewer and fewer fan bases have a horse in the race. Most All-Star players aren't rushing out to sign with a team that won just 17 games last season. It would be nice to land in the top-four, but they only have between and three and four percent chance of actually getting in that zone. If the Knicks win, it will inevitably set off the rumor mill about a possible package deal to send the No. 1 pick to New Orleans for Davis, the disgruntled All-Star who is the eye of several teams. In that scenario, Boston would get Philadelphia's pick.

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The Knicks are already a rumored destination for Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.

Here are the odds for each team for the lottery, which will take place on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. in Chicago, televised on ESPN.

Raul Fernandez, vice chairman of Monumental Sports & Entertainment, will represent the Wizards onstage for the lottery while interim President of Basketball Operations Tommy Sheppard will be in the back lottery room.

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