(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Bucks appear to have sealed the NBA's worst record, and the best chance to win the top pick at the league's Draft Lottery on May 20th. The Bucks are three games behind Philadelphia with five games left. If the Sixers don't win another game, the Bucks would have to go 3-and-2 to tie Philly for the worst season record. If that happens, a random drawing would be held for the top lottery position. In any event, Milwaukee will have anywhere from 224-to-250 chances out of a-thousand to pull the correct ping-pong ball which would give them the Number-One draft choice in June. The Bucks last had the top overall draft pick in 2005, when they picked Andrew Bogut from Utah. In 1994, Milwaukee used the top pick on Purdue's Glenn Robinson. The Bucks have lost five straight going into their next game tomorrow night at home against Indiana.