Mallory Edens burst onto the scene at the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery.
Every year, each team in the lottery designates one person to sit at a desk and react on live TV to the team’s draft position when the ping pong balls stop spinning. That person is typically a general manager, coach, player or legend from the team, but occasionally someone sends a “good luck charm” — like when Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert sent his adorable young son, dressed in a bow tie.
In 2014, however, it was Edens who stole the show. The then-18-year-old daughter of Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens became an overnight sensation.
Two years later, the Bucks have one of the brightest young futures in the NBA and a playoff appearance to boot. Meanwhile, Edens seems to be thriving as a sophomore at Princeton University. She recently enjoyed a tropical spring break vacation.
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