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  • Number of Chances for Every Team in the NBA Draft Lottery, Plus Complete Order of Picks

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    Below is the order of selection for NBA Draft 2018 and the number of chances for teams in NBA Draft Lottery 2018.

    The Lottery is Tuesday night in Chicago ahead of the NBA NBA Draft Combine. The NBA Draft is June 21 at Barclays Center.

     

    2018 FIRST ROUND DRAFT CHOICE ORDER

    Drawings will be conducted at NBA Draft Lottery 2018 to determine the first three picks in NBA Draft 2018.  The remainder of the “lottery teams” will select in positions 4 through 14 in inverse order of their 2017-18 regular-season records.  The teams entered in the lottery are as follows, with their chances of winning the lottery out of 1,000:

    Team

    Phoenix

    Record

    21-61

    Win%

    .256

    Lottery Chances

    250

    Memphis

    22-60

    .268

    199

    Dallas

    24-58

    .293

    138

    Atlanta

    24-58

    .293

    137

    Orlando

    25-57

    .305

    88

    Chicago

    27-55

    .329

    53

    Sacramento

    27-55

    .329

    53

    Brooklyn (to Cleveland via Boston)

    28-54

    .341

    28

    New York

    29-53

    .354

    17

    Los Angeles Lakers (to Boston or to Philadelphia)1

    35-47

    .427

    11

    Charlotte

    36-46

    .439

    8

    Detroit2

    39-43

    .476

    7

    LA Clippers

    42-40

    .512

    6

    Denver

    46-36

    .561

    5

    The order for the remainder of the first-round picks is as follows:

    Team

    15. Washington

    Record

    43-39

    Win%

    .524

    16. Miami (to Phoenix)

    44-38

    .537

    17. Milwaukee

    44-38

    .537

    18. San Antonio

    47-35

    .573

    19. Minnesota (to Atlanta)

    47-35

    .573

    20. Oklahoma City (to Minnesota via Utah)

    48-34

    .585

    21. Utah

    48-34

    .585

    22. New Orleans (to Chicago)

    48-34

    .585

    23. Indiana

    48-34

    .585

    24. Portland

    49-33

    .598

    25. Cleveland (to Los Angeles Lakers)

    50-32

    .610

    26. Philadelphia

    52-30

    .634

    27. Boston

    55-27

    .671

    28. Golden State

    58-24

    .707

    29. Toronto (to Brooklyn)

    59-23

    .720

    30. Houston (to Atlanta via LA Clippers)

    65-17

    .793

    1 This pick will be conveyed to Boston via Philadelphia via Phoenix or to Philadelphia via Phoenix.

    2 This pick may be conveyed to LA Clippers.

    2018 SECOND ROUND DRAFT CHOICE ORDER

    31. Phoenix

    32. Memphis

    33./34. Atlanta

    33./34. Dallas

    35. Orlando

    36./37. Sacramento

    36./37. Chicago (to New York via Oklahoma City)

    38. Brooklyn (to Philadelphia)

    39. New York (to Philadelphia)

    40. Los Angeles Lakers (to Brooklyn via Toronto via Orlando)

    41. Charlotte (to Orlando via Phoenix via Memphis)

    42. Detroit

    43. LA Clippers (to Denver via New York via Philadelphia)

    44. Washington

    45. Milwaukee (to Brooklyn)

    46. Miami (to Houston via Memphis)

    47. Denver (to Los Angeles Lakers via Chicago via Utah)

    48. Minnesota

    49. San Antonio

    50. Indiana

    51. New Orleans

    52. Utah

    53. Oklahoma City

    54. Portland (to Dallas via Denver)

    55. Cleveland (to Charlotte via Brooklyn via Philadelphia)

    56. Philadelphia

    57. Boston (to Oklahoma City)

    58. Golden State (to Denver)

    59. Toronto (to Phoenix)

    60. Houston (to Philadelphia)



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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.