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NBA Draft Lottery 2020: Minnesota Timberwolves win draft lottery to earn no.1 pick - Full results, draft order

The NBA Draft Lottery has come to a conclusion, with the Minnesota Timberwolves earning the No. 1 overall pick!

The Timberwolves struggled in the 2019-20 regular season, going 19-45 prior to the season shutdown and will now have a chance to add another elite prospect to the core of Karl-Anthony Towns and D'Angelo Russell.

The Golden State Warriors, who finished with the worst record in the league (15-50) can bolster their already talented lineup after an injury-plagues season as they secured the no.2 pick in the draft, while the New York Knicks fell back to the no.8 pick.

Below you can find the results of the Draft Lottery, including what each team's chances were at the No. 1 pick ahead of the lottery.

Pick Team Odds for No.1 pick before the lottery
1. Minnesota Timberwolves 14.0%
2. Golden State Warriors 14.0%
3. Charlotte Hornets 6.0%
4. Chicago Bulls 7.5%
5. Cleveland Cavaliers 14.0%
6. Atlanta Hawks 12.5%
7. Detroit Pistons 10.5%
8. New York Knicks 9.5%
9. Washington Wizards 4.5%
10. Phoenix Suns 3.0%
11. San Antonio Spurs 2.0%
12. Sacramento Kings 1.3%
13. New Orleans Pelicans 1.2%
14. Boston Celtics (via Grizzlies) 0.5%

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