Nothing changed after Tuesday night’s NBA Draft Lottery in New York City. The Milwaukee Bucks still have the tenth overall pick in the June 23rd NBA Draft.
None of the 14 teams moved from their previous positions, so Philadelphia will have the first selection in the upcoming draft.
The Bucks only had a 6.5% chance of moving into the top three.
The tenth spot is a familiar one for Milwaukee. The Bucks drafted there twice in the last seven years. In 2011, the Bucks selected Jimmer Fredette in the tenth slot and traded him to Sacramento, eventually getting Tobias Harris. In 2009, the Bucks took point guard Brandon Jennings, who played four seasons in Milwaukee before being dealt to Detroit in 2013.