5 best National Basketball Association lottery fits for LeBron James at No. 8

Posted May 16, 2018

By way of the Los Angeles Lakers draft pick, which was acquired when Sam Hinkie dealt Michael Carter-Williams to the Bucks in a three-team deal with the Suns, the Sixers had the opportunity to either draft No. 1 (1.1% chance), or No.10 and higher (96.101%).

This year's worst team - the Suns - had a 25-percent chance of landing the No. 1 pick, while the team with the worst record next year has a 14-percent chance. Kokoskov coached worldwide prospect and consensus top three pick, Luka Doncic, overseas and could try to reunite in the desert. "Those of us in the room in Chicago felt the tension, then it was an unbelievable feeling to see it revealed that we received the No. 1 selection".

Jackson surprised Jazmyne with an invitation to attend the 2018 NBA Draft Lottery last week after she thought she was attending just another day of physical therapy. But the Suns recently hired Igor Kokoskov, a Utah Jazz assistant, as their coach, and Kokoskov spent last summer coaching Slovenia to the Eurobasket title - a team led by the other contender for that pick, European wunderkind Luka Doncic. "You can not develop guys if you don't teach them how to win".

"I don't use that word", Silver joked. Divac said. "I hate it".

Suns shooting guard Josh Jackson brought them that luck as he appeared on-stage to receive the news.

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"I'm very excited", Gertz said in an interview with AJC ahead of the draft. That means his vote, for now anyway, is Ayton.

"It's an easy assumption to make but we're going to draft whoever we think the best player is", McDonough said.

The Suns feel the same way about themselves.

That the Celtics continue to have a stake in the lottery five years after Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge traded Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for three unprotected first-round picks, and the right to swap a fourth, is an unprecedented spoil of riches given that Boston is also playing in its second straight Eastern Conference finals. "Given the depth of the draft pool, we expect to be in a position to add another talented young piece to our developing core".