2011 NBA Draft Lottery: Dwight Howard and Orlando Magic's 10 Best Lottery Picks

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2011 NBA Draft Lottery: Dwight Howard and Orlando Magic's 10 Best Lottery Picks
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The Orlando Magic have had 10 NBA Draft lottery picks in their brief history and three of them have been No. 1 overall picks in 1992,1993, and 2004.

In '92, the Magic used their No. 1 overall pick to land two-time All-American and SEC Player of the Year, Shaquille O'Neal out of LSU.

The next year, the Magic only had a one in 66 chance of landing the No. 1 overall pick but miraculously the Magic managed to snag it anyway. This time they used their pick to draft All-American Chris Webber, of Michigan's Fab Five. Webber was immediately traded to the Golden State Warriors for the later beloved Penny Hardaway.

Orlando spent their most recent No. 1 overall pick to acquire high school prodigy, Dwight Howard. And so far their pick looks like it is paying off considering that Howard has averaged a double-double every season he has played for the Magic, and has already led them back to the NBA Finals in 2009.

The Magic have experienced a great deal of luck with the lottery that in-turn has led to them in acquiring some key players and here's how they rank...     

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