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NBA Draft 2019

NBA Draft 2019: Who is representing each team at the NBA Draft Lottery?

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NBA Draft Lottery [NBA Media Central]

The 2019 NBA Draft Lottery is set for Wednesday, May 15.

The 2019 NBA Draft will consist of a new set of odds featured in this year's draft lottery.

The NBA Board of Governors approved the change in 2017, effective for the first time in 2019, to change the odds of the worst three records in the NBA.

Under the new system, the teams with the three worst records will share the same chance (14.0 percent) at receiving the No.1 overall pick. It also assures that the team with the worst record in the NBA will receive no worse than the No. 5 overall pick.

MORE: Who has the best odds to win the lottery?

So who is representing each team at the Draft Lottery?

Team Representative Position
Atlanta Hawks Jami Gertz Atlanta Hawks Ownership Group
Boston Celtics Rich Gotham President
Charlotte Hornets James Borrego Head Coach
Chicago Bulls Horace Grant Special Advisor to the President & COO
Cleveland Cavaliers Nick Gilbert Son of Team Owner
Dallas Mavericks Cynthia Marshall CEO
Los Angeles Lakers Kyle Kuzma Player
Memphis Grizzlies Elliot Perry Minority Owner and Director of Player Support
Miami Heat Alonzo Mourning Vice President, Player Programs
Minnesota Timberwolves Gersson Rosas President of Basketball Operations
New Orleans Pelicans Alvin Gentry Head Coach
New York Knicks Patrick Ewing Knicks Alumni
Philadelphia 76ers Chris Heck President
Phoenix Suns DeAndre Ayton Player
Washington Wizards Raul Fernandez Vice Chairman

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