Representatives for each team in NBA Draft Lottery


Here is a look at the team representatives for tonight’s NBA Draft Lottery:

On stage

Hawks: Jami Gertz, Owner

Celtics: Rich Gotham, President

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Hornets: Mitch Kupchak, President of basketball operations and general manager

Bulls: Michael Reinsdorf, President and COO

Cavaliers: Nick Gilbert, Son of owner

Mavericks: Michael Finley, Assistant vice president of basketball operations

Nuggets: Jamal Murray, Player

Pistons: Luke Kenard, Player

Clippers: Jerry West, Team consultant

Grizzlies: Elliot Perry, Minority owner

Knicks: Scott Perry, General manager

Magic: Jeff Weltman, President of basketball operations

76ers: Elton Brand: General manager of Delaware Blue Coats

Suns: Josh Jackson, Player

Kings: De’Aaron Fox, Player

Lottery room

Hawks: Michelle Leftwich, Vice president salary cap administration

Celtics: Mike Zarren, Assistant general manager

Hornets: Buzz Peterson, Assistant general manager

Bulls: Joey Reinsdorf, Owner

Cavaliers: Brock Aller, Senior director of basketball operations

Mavericks: Keith Grant, Assistant general manager

Nuggets: Tim Connelly, President of basketball operations

Pistons: Cletus Lewis, Senior director of public relations

Clippers: Rishabh Desai, Basketball operations manager

Grizzlies: Chris Wallace, General manager

Knicks: Michael Arcieri, Director, basketball strategy

Magic: Pat Williams, Senior vice president

76ers: Vince Rozman, Senior director of basketball operations

Suns: Jim Pitman, Chief financial officer

Kings: Ken Cantanella, Assistant general manager


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