Bucks stay put after draft lottery, still drafting 10th

Tuesday's NBA Draft Lottery was very good news for the Philadelphia 76ers, who got the first overall selection, but the Bucks position at tenth remained unchanged after the lottery.

Milwaukee gets the tenth pick in June's NBA draft, and it will be the fourth time the Bucks have chosen at that position in draft lottery history. In 2009, Brandon Jennings was the team's pick at #10, and his rookie season was a memorable one. In 2011, the Bucks selected Jimmer Fredette but traded his rights in a deal to acquire Stephen Jackson. Danny Fortson (1997) was the other Bucks pick at tenth overall.

The draft happens June 23rd in New York City.

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