Cleveland Cavaliers Win NBA Draft Lottery

05/21/2013 08:35 PM

For the second time in three years, the Cleveland Cavaliers emerged victorious from the NBA Draft Lottery, earning the right to make the first pick in the June 27 NBA Draft. That pick, according to most experts, is expected to be former Kentucky center Nerlens Noel, who is currently rehabbing from a torn ACL suffered during his freshman season.

However, reports are now circulating that the Cavaliers plan to explore trade options for the top overall pick, meaning Nerlens’ destination may not yet be known. However, as of now, Draft Express projects the former UK big man to be taken with the first overall pick by Cleveland and UK teammate Archie Goodwin to finish off the first round by going to Phoenix at #30 overall.

Be sure to watch KSTV Wednesday as we break down the potential destinations for UK’s NBA-bound duo.

About Thomas Beisner

Thomas Beisner is the Host of KSTV. Before joining cn|2 in August 2011 Thomas was Senior Managing Editor at Kentucky Sports Radio and was a regular presence on Lexington’s WLGX sports radio covering UK football and basketball. Thomas graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2006 with a degree in journalism and says he loves the creative nature of putting the show together as well as getting paid to write and talk about sports all day. Follow Thomas on Twitter @beisner_cn2.


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