NBA Draft: Cleveland Cavaliers win 2014 Draft Lottery

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have won the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery, earning the right to the number one pick in this year’s draft.

That’s a statement that has been written three times in the last four years, after the Cavaliers picked first in 2011 and 2013.

Cleveland won the draft despite having a 1.7 percent chance of doing so.

The Cavaliers won the lottery in 2011 after compiling a 26-game losing streak in their first season post-LeBron James. The Cavs selected Kyrie Irving.

In 2013, the Cavaliers leapt up again, this time selecting Anthony Bennett.

Full Draft Lottery results:
1. Cleveland Cavaliers (Lottery odds: 1.7 percent)
2. Milwaukee Bucks (25%)
3. Philadelphia 76ers (19.9%)
4. Orlando Magic (15.6%)
5. Utah Jazz (10.4%)
6. Boston Celtics (10.3%)
7. Los Angeles Lakers (6.3%)
8. Sacramento Kings (4.3%)
9. Charlotte Hornets (2.8%, pick via Detroit Pistons)
10. Philadelphia 76ers (1.1%, pick via New Orleans Pelicans)
11. Denver Nuggets (0.8%)
12. Orlando Magic (0.7%, pick via New York Knicks)
13. Minnesota Timberwolves (0.6%)
14. Phoenix Suns (0.5%)

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