The NBA Draft Lottery is tonight and one NBA franchise will be better next season with the likely addition of Kentucky forward Anthony Davis, the consensus No. 1 overall pick. Of course, many important decisions are made after the top pick. One of the most famous bad draft decisions was Detroit choosing to take Darko Milicic with the second pick of the 2003 draft instead of Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The Serbian forward never fit into the system of then-Pistons coach Larry Brown and was traded to Orlando after three seasons. Who will own the top pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. Find out tonight. (Allen Einstein/NBAE via Getty Images) 
GALLERY: NBA’s No. 1 Draft Picks in the Lottery Era

The NBA Draft Lottery is tonight and one NBA franchise will be better next season with the likely addition of Kentucky forward Anthony Davis, the consensus No. 1 overall pick. Of course, many important decisions are made after the top pick. One of the most famous bad draft decisions was Detroit choosing to take Darko Milicic with the second pick of the 2003 draft instead of Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The Serbian forward never fit into the system of then-Pistons coach Larry Brown and was traded to Orlando after three seasons. Who will own the top pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. Find out tonight. (Allen Einstein/NBAE via Getty Images) 

GALLERY: NBA’s No. 1 Draft Picks in the Lottery Era

Miami’s Dwyane Wade reacts as teammate LeBron James goes up for a dunk during a 2010 Heat-Bucks game. SI’s Ian Thomsen thinks the Heat are Finals bound with the addition of forward Shane Battier to compliment James, Wade and center Chris Bosh. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
THOMSEN: Miami should reach Finals with addition of BattierJENKINS: Even without Paul, Lakers should win Pacific DivisionROBSON: Thunder’s path in Northwest Division looks smoothFORRESTER: Can anyone challenge Bulls in Central Division?MANNIX: Mavericks face challenge in trying to repeat GALLERY: LeBron and the best players without a title

Miami’s Dwyane Wade reacts as teammate LeBron James goes up for a dunk during a 2010 Heat-Bucks game. SI’s Ian Thomsen thinks the Heat are Finals bound with the addition of forward Shane Battier to compliment James, Wade and center Chris Bosh. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

THOMSEN: Miami should reach Finals with addition of Battier
JENKINS: Even without Paul, Lakers should win Pacific Division
ROBSON: Thunder’s path in Northwest Division looks smooth
FORRESTER: Can anyone challenge Bulls in Central Division?
MANNIX: Mavericks face challenge in trying to repeat
GALLERY: LeBron and the best players without a title

USA men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski signals his team as Dwyane Wade looks on during their first round game at the 2006 world basketball championships in Sapporo, Japan. Coach K was named the 2011 SI Sportsman of the Year while Wade won the award in 2006. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
WOLFF: Summitt and Krzyzewski impact their players on and off   the courtGALLERY: Summitt and Krzyzewski - Sportsman and Sportswoman of  the Year

USA men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski signals his team as Dwyane Wade looks on during their first round game at the 2006 world basketball championships in Sapporo, Japan. Coach K was named the 2011 SI Sportsman of the Year while Wade won the award in 2006. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

WOLFF: Summitt and Krzyzewski impact their players on and off the court
GALLERY: Summitt and Krzyzewski - Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year