The NBA conducted its draft tiebreakers on Friday evening, further cementing the draft order for 2018. While we’ll have to wait until the lottery to determine the exact order for this year’s event, we now know what most of the 60 selections look like. Listed below is the pre-lottery 2018 NBA draft order. Each lottery team’s chances of landing the No. 1 overall pick are noted in parentheses. We’ve also included notes for picks whose status remains up in the air — for instance, the Lakers‘ first-round pick could still technically end up with either the Sixers or Celtics. We’ll update this list after the May 15 lottery once the official order is set, but here’s the tentative 2018 NBA draft order: First Round: Phoenix Suns (25.0%) Memphis Grizzlies (19.9%) Dallas Mavericks (13.8%) Atlanta Hawks (13.7%) Orlando Magic (8.8%) Chicago Bulls (5.3%) Sacramento Kings (5.3%) Cleveland Cavaliers (from Nets) (2.8%) New York Knicks (1.7%) Philadelphia 76ers (from Lakers) (1.1%) Note: Celtics will receive pick if it lands at No. 2 or No. 3 via lottery (2.9% chance). Charlotte Hornets (0.8%) Los Angeles Clippers (from Pistons) (0.7%) Note: Pistons will keep pick if it moves into top three via lottery (2.5% chance). Los Angeles Clippers (0.6%) Denver Nuggets (0.5%) Washington Wizards Phoenix Suns (from Heat) Milwaukee Bucks San Antonio Spurs Atlanta Hawks (from Timberwolves) Minnesota Timberwolves (from Thunder)