The winner of the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery is the Cleveland Cavaliers

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The winner of the NBA draft lottery is the Cleveland Cavaliers and they will have the honour of selecting first in the 2014 NBA draft.

The Cavaliers have won back to back first overall selections having picked Anthony Bennett with the top pick in last years draft.

The Cavs will have had the number one pick three times in the last four years and despite having just a 1.7% chance of grabbing the top pick, the ping pong balls favoured the franchise.

With this years draft being considered one of the deepest pools of talent for many years, the clamour for draft lottery spots was a much talked about subject throughout the season.

Players such as Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid and Jabari Parker are believed to be franchise-changing calibre players and having a selection the top five of the draft could forever change the fortunes of some organisations.

Although it is completely unknown where the Cleveland Cavaliers  will go with their overall number one selection, the plethora have options is a much enviable situation for many franchises.

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