This year’s NBA draft lottery brings excitement and nervousness for Sixers fans.
If you bought a lottery ticket in Bucks County, you might just be $800,000 richer than you were yesterday.
The Sixers finished up the regular season the same way they started it, with a win over the defending champion Miami Heat. Neverthless, the Sixers finished the regular season 19-63, the second worst team in the NBA behind only the Milwaukee Bucks.
Duke freshman Jabari Parker is entering the NBA draft.
Lottery officials say one jackpot-winning Match 6 lottery ticket was sold at Weis Markets in Norristown, Montgomery County.
Without a Powerball winner this weekend, the prize has climbed to $400 million — one of the largest in U.S. lottery history.
Pennsylvania Lottery officials say the Quinto ticket, from the Feb. 19, 2013 drawing, will soon reach its one-year expiration date.
Prior to the season, Andrew Wiggins was the concensus first overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. With over half of the season completed, it’s Wiggins’ Kansas teammate, Joel Embiid who many say will go first overall
One Mega Millions ticket worth $5 million from the Friday, January 3rd drawing was sold at Pratt Check Cashing located 1532 Pratt Street in Philadelphia.
Fifty Delaware coworkers are $20,000 richer.
Two stores in New Jersey sold $1 million Mega Millions tickets in last night’s drawing.
There’s at least one winning ticket in the $636 million Mega Millions jackpot.
“Buying lottery tickets is really a pipe dream because the odds are so far against you,” he said.
Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be $400 million after no one matched all six numbers in Tuesday’s drawing.
Officials say the three tickets matched the winning Cash 5 numbers drawn from the Monday, Nov. 25th drawing, 05-19-21-29-38.