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Some details surrounding the 2020 NBA Draft Lottery -- which will be held Aug. 20 -- finally emerged Monday afternoon.
It will be a virtual event with all 14 team representatives showing up on a virtual display, sources told The Athletic's Shams Charania.
Who will be the Warriors' official? It's unclear if the franchise has come to a conclusion.
"We haven't decided that yet, but we got some interesting ideas," owner Joe Lacob said in late February. "We've got some outside-the-box picks. I don't want to blow it.
"It's actually really fun. Some are four-legged animals (laughter)."
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It's fair to assume that the coronavirus pandemic has altered Golden State's decision-making process.
The Warriors -- along with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves -- have the best odds (14 percent) of landing the No. 1 overall pick.
Golden State has a 13.4 percent chance of ending up at No. 2, a 12.7 percent chance of No. 3, a 12 percent chance of winding up at No. 4 and there's a 47.9 percent chance they fall all the way to No. 5.
The Dubs haven't been in the lottery since 2012, when they took Harrison Barnes with the seventh overall pick.
NBA rumors: Draft lottery will be virtual for Warriors, other 13 teams originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area