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Where will the Kings and Warriors end up?
The Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors are looking to strike gold on Wednesday night at the 2012 NBA Lottery. With 14 teams in the hunt for the No. 1 overall pick, which likely means Kentucky shot blocker extraordinaire Anthony Davis in the front court for years to come, the Kings and Warriors will rank right in the middle of the pack for the best chances of a top-3 selection.
Here is everything you'll need to know for Wednesday night's announcement of the lottery order.
Start Time: The lottery selection show is set for 8 p.m. ET, which is 5 p.m. in California. There will be plenty of personnel introductions and various features on those in attendance representing the teams, and the actual draft order will likely be finalized sometime around 5:15.
TV Coverage: ESPN will have the broadcast.
Online Stream: You can find the selection show streamed live on WatchESPN.com.
Team - Chances of #1 pick - Chances at top-3 pick
Bobcats - 25% - 64.19%
Wizards - 19.9% - 55.74%
Cavaliers - 13.8% - 42.57%
Hornets - 13.7& - 42.33%
Kings - 7.6% - 25.5%
Nets - 7.5% - 25.19%
Warriors - 3.6% - 12.66%
Raptors - 3.5% - 12.32%
Pistons - 1.7% - 6.1%
Timberwolves - 1.1% - 3.97%
Trail Blazers - 0.8% - 2.9%
Bucks - 0.7% - 2.54%
Suns - 0.6% - 2.18%
Rockets - 0.5% - 1.81%