The NBA Draft Lottery will be held Tuesday night in New York.
The ping-pong balls will tell us which of the 14 teams that didn’t qualify for the NBA Playoffs will get the first pick in next month’s draft, likely to be LSU’s Ben Simmons or Duke’s Brandon Ingram.
Since the inception of the system in 1985, 379 different players have been taken as “lottery picks.” As you might expect, some college programs are better than others at producing top-level NBA talent.
In fact, 55 different schools have produced more than one lottery pick in the last 31 years. That’s your Trivia Tuesday challenge this week — name as many programs that have produced more than one lottery pick since 1985.
You’ve got 10 minutes. Best of luck!
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