The 2019 NBA Draft Lottery, AKA "the dramatic Ping-Pong ball and oversized-team-card-reveal thing," goes down tomorrow night in Chicago.
As you've likely already gathered from Heat fans' lack of excitement surrounding tomorrow's drawing, Miami has a next-to-zilch chance of landing the first overall pick, and thus the right to draft Duke forward Zion Williamson, a dude who looks to be the surest thing to come out of the NBA Draft since LeBron James.
This means the Heat has a 1 percent chance of landing the first overall selection when the Ping-Pong balls get poppin'.
The No. 1 pick in the draft is determined by the drawing of the first four balls that spell out a number combination.
As it happens, 14 ping-pong balls are mixed in the lottery machine for 20 seconds and the first ball is drawn by by NBA events VP Lou DiSabatino.