Draft Lottery is history, SEC Baseball Tournament completes a full first day, scores and more in our Wednesday Sports Update… ** The first day of the SEC Baseball Tournament is in the books as four games were played on Tuesday. Arkansas downs Tennessee 2-1 and will now play Florida in the late game tonight. Texas A&M will start Day Two today with a game against Alabama, a 6-1 winner over Ole Miss. Vanderbilt will face Missouri, a 5-1 winner over South Carolina, and LSU will play Auburn, a 6-3 winner over Kentucky. ** The NBA Draft Lottery is win by the Minnesota Timberwolves, who will now get the top pick in this year’s draft in June. Next will be the LA Lakers, then Philadelphia, New York and Orlando. ** Game 1 of the NBA’s Western Conference Finals goes to Golden State, a 110-106 win over the Houston Rockets. Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals is tonight as Atlanta hosts Cleveland. ** The Tampa Bay Lightning host the New York Rangers tonight in Game 3 of the NHL’s Eastern Conference Finals; the series is tied 1-1. ** NFL owners have approved new rules for next year that will make extra point kicks be snapped from the 15 yard line and two point tries commence from the two yard line. ** New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will drop his appeal on the sanctions handed to his team by the NFL in relation to Deflategate but quarterback Tom Brady will still appeal his penalty. ** In baseball, Tampa Bay beats Atlanta 5-3 and Miami loses to Arizona 4-2. ** Former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson says he will transfer to FSU.