Mallory Edens, Star Of 2014 NBA Draft Lottery, Now A Spring Breaker (Photos)

by abournenesn

March 23, 2016

Mallory EdensMallory 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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Thumbnail photo via Instagram/mallory_edens

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