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Latest Kentucky Pick 3 Evening Results

Pick 3 Evening | $600

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Pick 3 Evening | $600

Pick 3 Evening | $600

Pick 3 Evening | $600

Pick 3 Evening | $600

Pick 3 Evening | $600

Kentucky Lottery Games

Game Name Entry Close Time Possible Numbers Prize Type Draw Time Draw Days
Powerball 10:00 PM EST 5 from 1-69 and 1 from 1-26 Jackpot 11:00 PM EST Wednesday and Saturday
Mega Millions 10:45 PM EST 5 from 1-70 and 1 from 1-25 Jackpot 11:00 PM EST Tuesday and Friday
Lucky for Life 9:30 PM EST 5 from 1-48 and 1 from 1-18 Top Prize 10:35 PM EST Monday and Thursday
Cash Ball 225 10:55 PM EST 4 from 1-35 and 1 from 1-25 Top Prize 10:58 PM EST Daily
5 Card Cash 10:55 PM EST Quick Pick 5 cards from 52 Top Prize 11:00 PM EST Daily
Pick 3 Midday 1:20 PM EST 3 from 0-9 Top Prize 1:20 PM EST Daily
Pick 3 Evening 10:45 PM EST 3 from 0-9 Top Prize 10:58 PM EST Daily
Pick 4 Midday 1:20 PM EST 4 from 0-9 Top Prize 1:20 PM EST Daily
Pick 4 Evening 10:45 PM EST 4 from 0-9 Top Prize 10:58 PM EST Daily

Kentucky Lottery FAQs

Can I remain anonymous if I win the lottery in Kentucky?

No, however, the Kentucky Lottery does not require winners to engage in any sort of publicity and hides all information except for the names of winners.

How much is the KY Lottery today?

You can find the latest Kentucky Lottery jackpot amounts for all of your favorite games here on the Kentucky Lottery Jackpots page.

How much will I pay in taxes if I win the Kentucky Lottery?

For prizes of $5,000 or less, the state will not withhold any taxes unless the winner is a non-resident or non-US citizen. Winnings of more than $5,000 are taxed 5% by the state and 24% is withheld for federal taxes.

How long does it take to receive KY Lottery winnings?

It typically takes about three business days to process the claim from when it’s received but may take up to two weeks.

Can I buy a KY Lottery ticket online?

The Kentucky Lottery offers online ticket sales for draw games, and tickets may also be purchased at any authorized retailer.

About the Kentucky Lottery

The Kentucky Lottery began in November of 1988 when voters cast their ballots in favor of a state lottery. One month later, it officially launched when laws were signed and approved by Governor Wallace Wilkinson. Tickets went on sale the following April, and more than $5 million worth of instant games were sold on the very first day.

Since then, the KY Lottery has generated more than $5.2 billion in revenue for the state’s Commonwealth, as well as education funding used for tuition grants and scholarships.

To learn more about the Kentucky Lottery please visit the official website.

Information on responsible gaming and problem gaming is available here. Or call 1-800-522-4700.

Get the latest winning numbers (results) and jackpots for KENTUCKY PICK 3 EVENING and all of your other favorite Kentucky lottery games.



Sixers 2002 re-draft: smart pick in Roger Mason rather than Jiri Welsch

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We continue our look down memory lane in past drafts for the Philadelphia 76ers. In this edition, we take it back to the 2002 NBA Draft where the Sixers held the 16th pick in the draft and, considering their team was mostly set, decided to deal the pick for future assets.

They selected Jiri Welsch from the Czech Republic and then flipped him to the Golden State Warriors for a 2004 first-round pick and a 2005 first-rounder as well. It was a wash of a trade for the most part.

In a recent 2002 re-draft done by Bleacher Report, they have the Sixers selecting Roger Mason Jr. out of Virginia.

Mason packed a powerful three-point punch. And even if that meant less when he played than he does now, he combined it with defensive intensity to launch a decade-long NBA career.

He could shoot off the catch or the dribble—nearly 20 percent of his career threes were unassisted—and he had just enough handles to dissect defenses on pick-and-rolls. His 38.3 career three-point percentage was the best in class.

Hindsight is always 20/20 so you can’t really blame the Sixers for the move, they were after all just a year removed from reaching the NBA Finals in 2001, but imagine a guy like Mason next to Allen Iverson. He was a reliable 3-point shooter topping out on 42.1% from deep in the 2008-09 season with the San Antonio Spurs.

Of course, it was not like that from the get-go. He actually left the NBA in 2004 to play overseas for two seasons before returning to the NBA with the Washington Wizards in 2006, so who knows if it would have been that way for Philadelphia too, but the idea of Mason next to Iverson is a good picture.

We look back at the 2002 NBA Draft and give the Philadelphia 76ers Roger Mason Jr. rather than Jiri Welsch.