1. Cleveland Cavaliers 2. Orlando Magic 3. Washington Wizards 4. Charlotte Bobcats 5. Phoenix Suns 6. New Orleans Pelicans 7. Sacramento Kings 8. Detroit Pistons 9. Minnesota Timberwolves 10. Portland Trail Blazers 11. Philadelphia 76ers 12. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Toronto Raptors and Houston Rockets) 13. Dallas Mavericks 14. Utah Jazz 15. Milwaukee Bucks 16. Boston Celtics 17. Atlanta Hawks 18. Atlanta Hawks (via Houston Rockets and Brooklyn Nets) 19. Cleveland Cavaliers (via Los Angeles Lakers) 20. Chicago Bulls 21. Utah Jazz (via Golden State Warriors and Brooklyn Nets) 22. Brooklyn Nets 23. Indiana Pacers 24. New York Knicks 25. Los Angeles Clippers 26. Minnesota Timberwolves (via Memphis Grizzlies and Houston Rockets) 27. Denver Nuggets 28. San Antonio Spurs 29. Oklahoma City Thunder 30. Phoenix Suns (via Miami Heat, Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers)
Stunned Cavs open to dealing top pick Cleveland hasn't won a whole lot lately, which is how it wound up with Tuesday's win in the lottery in the first place. When the Cavaliers learned they would have the No. 1 pick for the second time in two years thanks to a lucky lottery draw, it was mostly disbelief. ... An already-young roster paired with what is generally considered to be a weak draft means that questions already are being asked about whether the Cavaliers will trade the No. 1 pick. The top selection in the draft has only been traded once in the lottery era, in 1993. "We're open," [Chris Grant] said. "We're going to look at all our options and make the decision based on what's best for the franchise -- short-term and long-term."