By now, we all know about the lottery.
While we all want the NBA to go to 2020 and have all of our future prospects take a shot, it would be a mistake to overlook the lottery, and that is where a lot of players can be drafted, even if they are from a smaller school.
The NBA Draft Lottery is a process where teams will receive a pick from a lottery and will have to decide whether to use it or not.
The players drafted will then compete against each other in the draft, and the best player will get the top pick.
Here is a list of the most popular players that could be selected in 2020 and where to find them.1.
Andrew Wiggins, Wisconsin: Wiggins is the No. 1 overall pick in 2020.
He was selected with the No of the top 10 picks in both the 2019 and 2020 NBA drafts, and his high draft stock will make him a top prospect on both sides of the ball.2.
Jabari Parker, Duke: Parker was the No 1 overall draft pick in 2018.
He had a great career in Durham, but was hurt during his junior season, so the NCAA stepped in and fined him for his first-year suspension.
Parker is a strong athlete and has shown flashes of being a lockdown defender.3.
Jayson Tatum, Kentucky: Tatum was the top overall pick for the 2019 NBA Draft.
He played well at Duke and led the Wildcats to a national title game win, but injuries kept him out of the NBA Draft in 2020, and he was traded to the Celtics.4.
Aaron Gordon, Maryland: Gordon is a big guard that was a big reason why the Terps were able to win the ACC championship in 2020 after finishing the season as the No 3 team in the country.
Gordon has the athleticism to play both forward positions and is a good passer.5.
Marcus Stroman, Arizona: Stroman is a versatile big man that could go in the lottery or the NBA and could make a lot more money if he decides to leave.
Stroman was a three-time All-American and had the best offensive season of his career.6.
Malik Monk, Oregon: Monk was the third overall pick and has been a huge disappointment for the Ducks, who had the No 2 pick in the 2019 Draft.
Monk is an athletic guard who has never had a top-20 ranking and is not a strong defender.7.
Andrew Harrison, Iowa: Harrison is a point guard that could move to the NBA in 2020 or 2020, depending on how his college career plays out.
Harrison has averaged 7.5 points per game in his four years at Iowa, and is capable of playing both guard positions.8.
D’Angelo Russell, Tennessee: Russell is the 6th overall pick by the Titans in 2019.
He has been an All-Big 12 performer in his career and is an All Pac 12 player.9.
Isaiah Briscoe, LSU: Briscoes is a 5th overall prospect in 2020 by the Tigers.
He is an explosive athlete who has great length and has the ability to score in a variety of ways.10.
Malik McDowell, Arizona State: McDowell is a 6th round pick in 2019 by the Sun Devils.
He can score and play both guard spots, and could be a steal at No. 2 overall in 2020 if he chooses to go there.11.
Aaron Harrison, Maryland State: Harrison was a 3-star prospect in 2019 that is a talented wing.
He needs to improve his perimeter shooting, but he has the potential to be a solid contributor in the NBA.12.
Jahlil Okafor, Duke University: Okafotas shot 38 percent from 3-point range last season, and was a huge reason why Duke went to the NCAA Tournament.
Oka forgoes his senior year to play in the 2017-18 season and should be a top five guard in the Draft.13.
Anthony Bennett, Louisville: Bennett is a great athlete that can score in the post and on the offensive glass.
He will likely go in a lottery as well.14.
Marcus Paige, Duke Tech: Paige is a very athletic big man who has good athleticism and has great athleticism.
He could go No. 4 in 2020 because he is a bit undersized, but his athleticism could be something that he would like to add to his game.15.
De’Aaron Fox, North Carolina: Fox is a guard that is very good at defending and finishing at the rim.
He also can defend inside, and if he can do both he could be an All American.16.
Malik Beasley, Kentucky State: Beasley is an amazing athlete and could end up being a top 20 player in the 2020 NBA Draft if he goes there.17.
Anthony Davis, Kentucky/North Carolina State: Davis is a solid guard that will need to add a