NBA holds drawings to decide lottery and draft order
The NBA has determined the order for the lottery and first round.
The NBA lottery and first round order is set.
The NBA held random drawings on Friday to determine tiebreakers for the 2014 NBA Lottery and Draft order. Here are the results:
· Utah (25-57) won a tiebreaker with Boston.
· Brooklyn (44-38) won a tiebreaker with Washington.
· Chicago (48-34) won a tiebreaker with Toronto.
· Portland (54-28) won a tiebreaker with Miami and Houston; Houston then won a tie-breaker with Miami.
(NOTE: Utah has the right to swap the 34th and 35th pick based on the results of the lottery. The swap will occur after the lottery results.)
The NBA lottery and draft order:
6. LA Lakers
10. New Orleans
12. New York (To Denver or to Orlando via Denver)
21. Dallas (To Oklahoma City via Houston and LA Lakers
23. Golden State (To Utah)
24. Portland (To Charlotte)
27. Indiana (To Phoenix)
28. LA Clippers
29. Oklahoma City
30. San Antonio
2014 SECOND ROUND DRAFT CHOICE ORDER
33. Orlando (To Cleveland)
34/35. Boston (To Dallas)
36. LA Lakers (To Milwaukee via Minnesota and Phoenix)
37. Sacramento (To Toronto)
39. Cleveland (To Philadelphia)
40. New Orleans (To Minnesota)
42. New York (To Houston)
47. Brooklyn (To Philadelphia via Dallas and Boston)
48. Toronto (To Milwaukee via Phoenix)
52. Memphis (To Philadelphia via Cleveland)
53. Golden State (To Minnesota)
54. Houston (To Philadelphia via Milwaukee)
56. Portland (To Denver)
58. LA Clippers (To San Antonio via New Orleans)
59. Oklahoma City (To Toronto via New York)
60. San Antonio
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