The NBA's method of selecting draft order via a weighted lottery seemingly always sparks controversy, and Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey says it is time for an overhaul.

"We have to get rid of the marginal incentive to lose," Morey told ESPN on Friday.

Accusations of non-playoff teams purposely tanking games in order to get a higher selection in the draft has long been talked about, and of course, 2014 is no different as the draft approaches once again.

"It's bad right now," Morey said. "I think last year, at the end of the season, I counted like two-thirds of the teams weren't trying to win."

One of the most popular potential solutions floating around, that Morey specifically mentioned as a fix to system, is Boston Celtics assistant general manager Michael Zarren's draft "wheel."