Draft Lottery set


The NBA just held its Draft Lottery. The picks are as follows.

1. Cleveland Cavaliers

2. Orlando Magic

3. Washington Wizards

4. Charlotte Bobcats

5. Phoenix Suns

6. New Orleans Pelicans

7. Sacramento Kings

8. Detroit Pistons

9. Minnesota Timberwolves

10. Portland Trailblazers

11. Philadelphia 76ers

12. Oklahoma City Thunder

13. Dallas Mavericks

14. Utah Jazz

Chad Ford of ESPN.com has Victor Oladipo going No. 5 to the Phoenix Suns after the lottery. Jonathon Givony of DraftExpress.com has Oladipo going No. 4 to the Bobcats and Zeller going No. 11 to the 76ers.

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2 comments:

  • Higgi says:

    I’m thinking Oladipo goes #3 to the Washington Wizards!

  • Geoff says:

    Higgi – I’d be really surprised if that happened… They have John Wall and Bradley Beal as their starting backcourt, one that figures to be around for years. His best fits are: #2 to Orlando, #4 to Charlotte (but only if McLemore isn’t available – they need offense desperately), #5 to Phoenix, #7 to Sacramento, or #8 to Detroit.

    I don’t think he could possibly fall any further than that.

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