CLEVELAND, Ohio — Tomorrow night at Quicken Loans Arena, the Cleveland Cavaliers (12-46) engage in the Phoenix Suns (11-48) for the first time this year as both equally teams emerge from the All-Star break.
At this moment the Suns have the worst record in the NBA, a little behind the New York Knicks who have the identical volume of wins, but who have one a lot less decline. The Cavaliers are future in line.
To help stop tanking, the NBA set it up so the base 3 teams all have a 14% likelihood at the No. 1 pick in 2019 NBA Draft Lottery. The fourth seed has a 12.5 % likelihood and the fifth seed has a 10.5% likelihood.
The Cavs have 24 game titles left and will see Phoenix again on April 1. It will be interesting to see where by the two teams are in the standings by then. Will they even now be in the base 3 with the most effective odds for the lottery or will one or both equally have won ample to problems their lottery hopes?
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