But back to this year -- the 1a and 1b picks are Kansas State forward Michael Beasley and Memphis point guard Derrick Rose, either or both could go on to have long, prosperous NBA careers. But the lottery buzz is actually over Chicago, with less than a 2 percent chance to win the pick, doing just that. Miami, the NBA's biggest loser this past season, at least got the No. 2 pick. The Bulls went from the playoffs, actually the NBA's Elite Eight, in 2006-07, to out-of-playoffs this year. Along the way, Chicago fired the coach it started the season with as well as the interim and has been spurned by Mike D'Antoni who took the Knicks' job after being booted by Phoenix.