After a possible deal with the Utah Jazz to keep their pick and offseason full of doubt, the Golden State Warriors finally have an answer as to where they will be picking in the 2012 NBA Draft. And after all the ping pong balls settled Wednesday night at, the W's retained their No. 7 pick, something W's fans can certainly be pleased about.
The Warriors had a 72.66 percent chance of retaining the No. 7 pick before the lottery began, a 12.66 percent chance of moving into the top three and had only a 3.6 percent chance to move up all the way into the No. 1 spot.
General Manager Bob Myers and co-owner Peter Guber were on hand to represent Golden State at this year's lottery.
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