The full list of the on-stage representatives for Tuesday's NBA Draft Lottery (8 ET, ESPN)  is out , and it's more boring than in year's past; the league, according to Draft Express' Jonathan Givony, started tightening the requirements. We're looking at you, Nick Gilbert . 

That's fine, though. Here are all 14 ranked from best to worst.

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1) Karl-Anthony Towns, Timberwolves. The Rookie of the Year wins in a runaway. KAT rules .

2) Masai Ujiri, Raptors. Toronto's GM leapfrogs a bunch of players because a) his team is still playing and b) he stole this pick from the Knicks years ago in the Andrea Bargnani trade.

3) Isaiah Thomas, Celtics. Thomas is a strong three mainly because of his kids .

4) Jimmy Butler, Bulls . Statement move by Butler, given some silly trade rumors involving him and the first pick.

5) Willie Cauley-Stein, Kings. If he hadn't legally changed his middle name to "Trill," he'd have been 11th.

6) Brett Brown, 76ers.  Long live The Process. He should have a StubHub patch on his suit .

7) Michael Malone, Nuggets. Maybe he'll use the opportunity to grease the wheels for a DeMarcus Cousins trade.

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8) Devin Booker, Suns. Third of three dudes who played for Kentucky a year ago.

9) Alvin Gentry, Pelicans.  Seems like a nice guy!

10) Rob Hennigan, Magic. Wearing a Scott Skiles mask, hopefully .

11) Jason Kidd,

Bucks.  A good player.

12) Steve Starks, Jazz. Should be Jazz legend John Starks instead.

13) Zach Leonsis, Wizards. He's a VP for the Wizards' TV network but also the boss' son. This is because of the aforementioned Nick Gilbert.

14) Mitch Kupchak, Lakers.  As the avatar for a deeply mismanaged franchise, he deserves to be shamed.