The Cavaliers won the NBA Draft Lottery and will get the 1st overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. The Cavs also won the 4th overall pick.
Before the lottery, the Cavs had a 22.7% chance of winning the top pick.
Represented by 14-year-old Nick Gilbert, the son of owner Dan Gilbert, the Cavaliers will pick #1 overall for the first time since 2003, when they drafted LeBron James.
Cavs owner Dan Gilbert watched his son wait patiently for the last three teams to be called. Some special guests joined Dan and Nick Gilbert.
Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, current Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs and current Browns defensive back Joe Haden all were in Secaucus, New Jersey to watch the lottery draft.
Cleveland finished with the second-worst record in the NBA season at 19-63. Cleveland finished with the second-worst record in the NBA season at 19-63.
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