NBA Draft 2021

NBA Draft Lottery 2021: Who is representing each team at the Lottery?

After a one-off year in 2020, when the NBA Draft Lottery was held during the first round of the NBA playoffs in the Orlando bubble, the Lottery is back on the schedule where it belongs.

The NBA Draft Lottery is an annual tradition, one that began back in 1985 and that over recent years, has been conducted at the start of the Conference Finals in the postseason.

While the Lottery is back on the schedule alongside the Conference Finals, it will remain virtual like it was last year and we have a couple of Hall of Famers in Hakeem Olajuwon and Ben Wallace attending.

Take a look below to see the full list of people representing each team at the virtual draft lottery, as well as each team's odds to earn the first overall pick.

The 2021 NBA Draft Lottery is set to take place on Tuesday, Jun. 22 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Team 2021 record Win Pct. Lottery odds Representative Title
Houston 17-55 .236 14.0% Hakeem Olajuwon NBA Legend
Detroit 20-52 .278 14.0% Ben Wallace NBA Legend
Orlando 21-51 .292 14.0% Jeff Weltman President, Basketball Operations
Oklahoma City 22-50 .306 11.5% Nazr Mohammed Oklahoma City Blue GM / Thunder Pro Scout
Cleveland 22-50 .306 11.5% Koby Altman General Manager
Minnesota 23-49 .319 9.0% Anthony Edwards Player
Toronto 27-45 .375 7.5% Fred VanVleet Player
Chicago 31-41 .431 4.5% Marc Eversley General Manager
Sacramento 31-41 .431 4.5% Monte McNair General Manager
New Orleans 31-41 .431 4.5% Swin Cash Vice President of Basketball Operations & Team Development
Charlotte 33-49 .458 1.8% Miles Bridges Player
San Antonio 33-49 .458 1.7% Peter J. Holt Managing Partner
Indiana 34-38 .472 1.0% Nancy Leonard Former Pacers Executive and Widow to Hall of Fame Coach Bobby 'Slick' Leonard
Golden State 39-33 .542 0.5.% Rick Welts President and Chief Operating Officer

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