NBA Draft order was established on Tuesday as the lottery announcement unfolded, and there’s now a better sense of which players may land with which teams.

The Orlando Magic will have the No. 1 overall pick.

The order was mostly predictable to start the night, but then got interesting toward the end. The Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder round out the top 4 picks. Entering the announcement, 3 teams that held the worst records this season — the Houston Rockets, Orlando Magic and Detroit Pistons — had the best odds to land the top pick at 14 percent.

Former Auburn star Jabari Smith was on hand in Chicago for the event, as he’s in the mix to be the No. 1 pick, along with Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren and Duke’s Paolo Banchero.

Smith’s father was the No. 45 overall pick in the 2000 draft, and the former Auburn star was asked what advice he received from his dad. 

“Just take it day by day, really,” Smith said on ESPN ahead of the announcement. “Enjoy it. Don’t take no days for granted, just work. Cause you know when your name gets called, it’s time to work. Just have fun with it, just enjoy it, it’s a blessing.”

Here is the order:

  1. Orlando Magic
  2. Oklahoma City Thunder
  3. Houston Rockets
  4. Sacramento Kings
  5. Detroit Pistons
  6. Indiana Pacers
  7. Portland Trailblazers
  8. New Orleans Pelicans
  9. San Antonio Spurs
  10. Washington Wizards
  11. New York Knicks
  12. Oklahoma City Thunder
  13. Charlotte Hornets
  14. Cleveland Cavaliers