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76ers win 2016 NBA draft lottery, Lakers pick second
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76ers win 2016 NBA draft lottery, Lakers pick second
Tuesday May 17th, 2016

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The NBA held its annual draft lottery on Tuesday night, with the order for July’s draft now set. 

The 76ers held the best odds to win the top pick entering the draft, and ended up taking the home the No. 1 pick. The Lakers entered with the second-best chance, and will get the No. 2 pick. Boston, Phoenix and Minnesota rounded out the top-five.

The full draft order is below:

Draft Order

1. Philadelphia 76ers
2. L.A. Lakers 
3. Boston Celtics
4. Phoenix Suns
5. Minnesota Timberwolves
6. New Orleans Pelicans
7. Denver Nuggets
8. Sacramento Kings
9. Toronto Raptors
10. Milwaukee Bucks
11. Orlando Magic
12. Utah Jazz
13. Phoenix Suns
14. Chicago
15. Denver (via Houston)
16. Boston (via Dallas)
17. Memphis
18. Detroit
19. Denver (via Portland)
20. Indiana
21. Atlanta
22. Charlotte
23. Boston
24. Philadelphia (via Miami, via Cleveland)
25. L.A. Clippers
26. Philadelphia (via Oklahoma City, via Denver and Cleveland)
27. Toronto
28. Phoenix (via Cleveland, via Boston)
29. San Antonio
30. Golden State.

Second Round

31. Boston (via Philadelphia, via Miami)
32. L.A. Lakers
​33. L.A. Clippers (via Brooklyn)
34. Phoenix
35. Boston (via Minnesota, via Phoenix)
36. Milwaukee (via New Orleans, via Sacramento)
37. Houston (via New York, via Sacramento and Portland)
38. Milwaukee
39. New Orleans (via Denver, via Philadelphia)
40. New Orleans (via Sacramento)
41. Orlando
42. Utah
43. Houston
44. Atlanta (via Washington)
45. Boston (via Memphis)
46. Dallas
47. Orlando (via Chicago)
48. Chicago (via Portland, via Cleveland)
49. Detroit
50. Indiana
51. Boston (via Miami)
52. Utah (via Boston, via Memphis)
53. Denver (via Charlotte, via Oklahoma City)
54. Atlanta
55. Brooklyn (via L.A. Clippers)
56. Denver (via Oklahoma City)
57. Memphis (via Toronto)
58. Boston (via Cleveland)
59. Sacramento (via San Antonio)
60. Utah (via Golden State)

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