The 2003 draft class had LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh and Carmelo Anthony.
This year's class has Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid, Jabari Parker, Dante Exum, Julius Randle and Doug McDermott to name a few.
The NBA Draft Lottery takes place on Tuesday and the worst teams of the 2013-14 season have something to cheer about.
The lottery, this being its 30th year, will determine the order of selection for the first 14 picks of the 2014 NBA Draft.
Fourteen ping-poing balls numbered 1-14 will be placed in a drum. There are 1,001 possible combinations when four balls are drawn. It doesn't matter the order the balls are drawn in. Before the lottery, 1,000 of those 1,001 combinations are assigned to the 14 participating lottery teams.
Those 14 teams that were left out of the postseason, were assembled in order of their final records - worst to first - and allotted predetermined lottery odds based on that number.
Four balls will be drawn, and the team that has been assigned that combination will receive the No. 1 pick. This process is repeated to determine the No. 2 and No. 3 picks in the draft.
After the top-3 picks are determined, the order of selection wil be determined by the inverse order of their regular season record. So, no team can fall more than three spots.
The actual lottery procedure takes place in a separate room before the ESPN broadcast. Only one representative from each team is in there, along with select media, NBA officials and the accounting firm of Ernst and Young.
Team logo cards are placed in envelopes marked 1-14 after the drawing by an Ernst and Young representative. NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum will announce the lottery results as a second representative from each team is seated on state. The team who's logo is in the last envelope will have the top pick in the 2014 draft.
Milwaukee Bucks (15-67) 25%
Philadelphia 76ers (19-63) 19.9%
Orlando Magic (23-59) 15.6%
Utah Jazz (25-57) 10.4%
Boston Celtics (25-57) 10.3%
LA Lakers (27-55) 6.3%
Sacramento Kings (28-54) 4.3%
Detroit Pistons (29-53) 2.8%
Cleveland Cavaliers (33-49) 1.7%
New Orleans Pelicans (34-48) 1.1%
Denver Nuggets (36-46) .8%
New York Knicks (37-45) .7%
Minnesota Timberwolves (40-42) .6%
Phoenix Suns (48-34) .5%