Posted June 04, 2018 05:06:30When it comes to the 2018 NBA draft, the Los Angeles Lakers and Minnesota Timberwolves are looking at the top two picks.
The Timberwolves are in the lottery to select Lonzo Ball with the No. 1 pick.
The Lakers, on the other hand, are looking to get a big man.
That’s where the Sacramento Kings are in contention to get their first big man in years.
The Sacramento Kings have been the envy of the NBA since they signed the top pick of the 2018 draft class, and they’re looking to repeat that success this summer.
Here’s how the draft works: The NBA uses a lottery system called the Priority 1, Priority 2 and Priority 3 rankings.
In the Priority 2 tier, teams receive priority in choosing a first- or second-round pick.
In Priority 3, teams get priority in picking a first-, second- or third-round player.
For the 2017-18 NBA Draft, the Kings were ranked No. 6 in Priority 1.
That led to the first pick in the first round being the No 1 pick in 2019.
But it’s not all bad for the Kings, because they are in a good spot with their second-rounder in the 2020 NBA Draft.
The Kings had the No, 2 and 3 picks in the Priority 3 system, and that’s where they will have their pick in 2021.
The No. 3 pick in 2020 will be selected by the Los Angels, and the No., 4 and 5 picks in 2021 will be taken by the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Timberwolves have the No and 5 pick in Priority 2, and it would seem that the Kings and Wolves have a good shot at landing the No 3 pick.
So far, Sacramento has picked three big men in the No-3 and No. 4 spots, and Minnesota picked two big men.
The lottery system is based on a lottery pick in a lottery year.
So, in order for the Lakers and Timberwolves to draft two players, the Lakers would have to pick at least two.
The Minnesota Timberwolves would have their first pick of 2019 and 2019’s first pick would have been their second pick.
Both of those picks would be in the second round.
If the Lakers pick No. 2 in 2019, the Timberwolves would take their first-rounder and pick a player with the 2019 first-round selection.
If Minnesota picks No. 5 in 2019 and No, 6 in 2020, the Wolves would have taken their second and third-rounder.
If either the Lakers or Timberwolves make the playoffs, the second- and third and fourth-round picks in 2019 would be the same picks as the second and fourth picks in 2020.
The priority 1 and Priority 2 rankings are based on the last five drafts, so if the Lakers were in the top 10 in 2018, the No 5 pick would be taken after the No 4 pick in 2018.
If they were in top 10 last year, the Nos.
1 and 2 picks would go to the next pick in priority, while the No 6 pick would go back to the No 2 pick in 2017.
The Priority 1 ranking system has been used since 1996.