Lady Luck didn’t look in the direction of the Warriors on Tuesday night, as the Warriors, who went in with the fourth-best chance of landing the No. 1 pick, instead fell to the sixth overall selection in the 2010 NBA draft. The draft is Thursday, June 24, in New York at Madison Square Garden.

Players who the Warriors will likely consider with the sixth pick include: Wake Forest SF Al-Farouq Aminu, North Carolina PF Ed Davis, Kansas C Cole Aldrich, Georgetown PF Greg Monroe and Baylor PF Ekpe Udoh. Players the Warriors hope will slip to the sixth pick include Georgia Tech PF Derrick Favors, Kentucky C DeMarcus Cousins and Syracuse SF Wesley Johnson.

The Washington Wizards (10.3 percent chance at the No. 1 pick) and Philadelphia 76ers (5.3 percent chance) both moved up in the draft, with the 76ers earning the second overall selection and the Wizards picking first. The New Jersey Nets, who had the best chance at the No. 1 pick (25 percent), fell to third.

Here is the official draft order for the top 14 selections:

14. Houston Rockets
13. Toronto Raptors
12. Memphis Grizzlies
11. New Orleans Hornets
10. Indiana Pacers
9. Utah Jazz
8. Los Angeles Clippers
7. Detroit Pistons
6. Golden State Warriors
5. Sacramento Kings
4. Minnesota Timberwolves
3. New Jersey Nets
2. Philadelphia 76ers
1. Washington Wizards