Coming into tonight, here were the odds of each postseason-less team to snag the coveted No. 1 overall pick:

Afterward here's how it looked (it's quite eerie/suspicious as hell how accurate it was). Notice, for instance, how only two teams switched:

2. Los Angeles Lakers
3. Philadelphia 76ers
4. New York Knicks
5. Orlando Magic
6. Sacramento Kings
7. Denver Nuggets
8. Detroit Pistons
9. Charlotte Hornets
10. Miami Heat
11. Indiana Pacers
12. Utah Jazz
13. Phoenix Suns
14. Oklahoma City Thunder

What that meant is that the only two markets that swapped places had opposite reactions. The two biggest names in Lakers history seemed thrilled. Meanwhile, New York Knicks fans sat through a wretched season only to take the T'Wolves, Lakers and 76ers leftovers (or possibly trade the pick). Such is life in the post frozen-envelope era. Still, their fans could've learned from the self-deprecating approach of Kobe:

Or the joyous optimism of Magic:

In real-time the Knicks didn't appear too happy:

And after having a few seconds to think about it, they remained the same. Here were the best reactions by people who used Twitter to share their disappointment (as well as those who just chose to pile on):

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