The NBA Draft Lottery will take place on Thursday night, but unlike in year's past, there doesn't seem to be a consensus top prospect. So, does that make this the most wide-open draft in a long time? And which team could benefit the most from some luck with the ping pong balls? Sports Illustrated host Robin Lundberg asked SI draft analyst Jeremy Woo.
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