The Orlando Magic entered Tuesday's 2014 NBA Draft Lottery with the third-best odds to land the top overall pick. They came away with the 4th pick.
The Cleveland Cavaliers won the Lottery for the second consecutive season. The Milwaukee Bucks (2nd), Philadelphia 76ers (3rd), and Utah Jazz (5th) round out the top five.
Pat Williams, the Magic's Senior Vice President, represented Orlando at the lottery. Williams was present when the Magic won the lottery in 1992, 1993, and 2004. He also represented the Magic in the 2013 Lottery, when they slipped from first to second. They ultimately used the pick on Victor Oladipo, the runner-up to Michael Carter-Williams in the Rookie of the Year chase.
Orlando Pinstriped Post will provide more Draft coverage over the coming weeks. The 2014 NBA Draft is set for Thursday, June 26th.