All credit for the format goes to Sleepy Freud, obviously!
I figured that since he doesn't update this schedule daily and that I, along with other fans I'm guessing, want someone to update it everyday since most likely at least one of these teams have played, that I would just simply update it myself. I'll just update this at the end of every day until the end of the NBA regular season.
In the event of a tiebreaker between two teams, then the lottery chances (chances that each team has of getting the #1, #2, or #3 pick) are added together and divided evenly amongst the two teams. If there are an odd number of lottery chances, then a coin-flip is done and the winner gets the extra lottery chance. Subsequently, if neither of the two teams get a top 3 pick, then the result of the previous coin-flip is also used to determine who gets the earlier draft pick. This could be instrumental in whether we're able to keep our pick this year or whether we'll relinquish it to Utah.
So it may very well be that we could either keep or lose our 1st round draft pick on the mere flip of a coin. Knowing our luck though... Well, see you guys on draft night!