NEW YORK, April 24 -- Six ties among teams that finished the 2001-02 regular season with identical records were broken Wednesday night through random drawings to help determine the order of selection for NBA Draft 2002, which will be held Wednesday, June 26, at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

NBA Senior Vice President, Basketball Operations, Stu Jackson conducted the drawing live on NBA TV earlier Wednesday evening at the league office in New York.

Chicago and Golden State, who finished tied with a 21-61 record, will each receive 225 chances out of 1,000 in the NBA Draft Lottery. In the event that neither the Bulls nor Warriors wins one of the first three picks in the Lottery, Golden State will select fourth and Chicago fifth.

Phoenix and Miami, who finished tied with a 36-46 record, will receive 15 and 14 chances out of 1,000, respectively, in the NBA Draft Lottery. In the event that neither the Suns nor the Heat wins one of the first three picks in the Lottery, Phoenix will select ninth and Miami will select 10th.

Indiana (42-40) won a tie-breaker with Toronto and will select 14th in the first round. The Raptors will select 15th. (Note: Toronto's pick has been conveyed to Houston)

Charlotte (44-38) won a tie-breaker with Orlando and Utah and will select 17th in the first round. Subsequently, Orlando won a tie-breaker with Utah and will select 18th in the first round, leaving the Jazz with the 19th pick.

Portland (49-33) won a tie-breaker with Boston and will select 21st in the first round. The Celtics will select 22nd. (Note: Boston's pick has been conveyed to Phoenix)

San Antonio (58-24) won a tie-breaker with the Los Angeles Lakers and will select 26th in the first round. The Lakers will select 27th.

Following the order of selection for the first round of NBA Draft 2002, as well as the number of chances for teams in NBA Draft Lottery 2002, to be held Sunday, May 19, at the NBA Entertainment studio in Secaucus, N.J.

Teams entered in the NBA Draft Lottery, which will determine the order of selection for the first 13 picks, listed in order of overall record (worst record first) and chances out of 1,000 in the Lottery:

Team Record Chances First pick Second pick Third pick
Golden State 21-61 225 22.50% 20.30% 17.63%
Chicago 21-61 225 22.50% 20.30% 17.63%
Memphis1 23-59 157 15.70% 15.80% 15.66%
Denver 27-55 120 12.00% 12.68% 13.39%
Houston 28-54 89 8.90% 9.75% 10.78%
Cleveland 29-53 64 6.40% 7.20% 8.23%
New York 30-52 44 4.40% 5.05% 5.91%%
Atlanta2 33-49 29 2.90% 3.37% 4.02%
Phoenix 36-46 15 1.50% 1.77% 2.14%
Miami 36-46 14 1.40% 1.65% 2.00%
Washington 37-45 7 0.70% 0.83% 1.01%
L.A. Clippers 39-43 6 0.60% 0.71% 0.87%
Milwaukee 41-41 5 0.50% 0.59% 0.73%

Order for the remainder of the first round picks is as follows:

14. Indiana
15. Houston (from Toronto)
16. Philadelphia
17. Charlotte
18. Orlando
19. Utah
20. Toronto (from Seattle via New York)
21. Portland
22. Phoenix (from Boston)
23. Detroit3
24. New Jersey
25. Denver (from Dallas)
26. San Antonio
27. L.A. Lakers
28. Sacramento

Second-round draft order

30. Chicago
31. Golden State
32. Memphis
33. Denver
34. Milwaukee (from Houston)
35. Cleveland
36. New York
37. Atlanta
38. Miami4
39. Washington (from Phoenix via Denver)
40. Washington
41. LA Clippers
42. Milwaukee
43. Portland (from Toronto via Chicago)
44. Chicago (from Indiana)
45. Philadelphia5
46. Memphis (from Orlando)
47. Utah
48. Milwaukee (from Charlotte)
49. Seattle
50. Boston
51. Portland
52. Minnesota
53. Houston (from Detroit via Toronto or Miami from Detroit via Toronto and Houston)
54. New Jersey
55. Dallas
56. San Antonio (from LA Lakers)
57. San Antonio
58. Sacramento

1 Pick may be conveyed to Detroit or to Atlanta via Detroit, Philadelphia and Houston.
2 Pick may be conveyed to L.A. Clippers.
3 Pick may be conveyed to Atlanta via Philadelphia and Houston.
4 Pick may be conveyed to Houston.
5 Pick may be conveyed to Detroit.