#NBArank: Who's the worst No. 1 overall pick?

The NBA draft lottery is Tuesday night, and that means one lucky team will have the opportunity to find a franchise player by landing the No. 1 overall pick.

Although several No. 1 picks -- such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson -- have had Hall of Fame careers, plenty of top picks have lived in infamy as busts and huge disappointments.

For every LeBron James, there's an Anthony Bennett. For every Tim Duncan, there's a Michael Olowokandi.

Before we look forward, let's look back at the worst No. 1 pick since the 1976 ABA-NBA merger.

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Although the Boston Celtics finished with the best record in the Eastern Conference, they also have the best odds of winning the lottery (25 percent) because of a 2013 trade that sent Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for four first-round picks, including the right to get the Nets' 2017 pick.

At 20-62, the Nets finished with the worst record in the NBA this season.

The NBA draft lottery starts Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN.

-- Isaac Chipps