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Cleveland Cavaliers win Draft lottery

By Official release
Posted May 17 2011 8:16PM

NEW YORK -- Following are the results from the 2011 NBA Draft Lottery, which was conducted this evening at NBA Entertainment's studio in Secaucus, N.J.

The first overall selection, which had a 2.80 percent chance of winning the NBA Draft Lottery, goes to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2011 NBA Draft, which will be held in Newark, N.J. at Prudential Center on Thursday, June 23, 2011.

2011 NBA DRAFT ORDER
Round 1 Picks 1-30
1
Cleveland
(From L.A. Clippers)
16
Philadelphia
2
Minnesota
17
New York
3
Utah
(From New Jersey)
18
Washington
(From Atlanta)
4
Cleveland
19
Charlotte
(From New Orleans via Portland)
5
Toronto
20
Minnesota
(From Memphis via Utah)
6
Washington
21
Portland
7
Sacramento
22
Denver
8
Detroit
23
Houston
(From Orlando via Phoenix)
9
Charlotte
24
Oklahoma City
10
Milwaukee
25
Boston
11
Golden State
26
Dallas
12
Utah
27
New Jersey
(From L.A. Lakers)
13
Phoenix
28
Chicago
(From Miami via Toronto)
14
Houston
29
San Antonio
15
Indiana
30
Chicago
Round 2 Picks 31-60
31
Miami
(From Minnesota)
46
L.A. Lakers
(From New York)
32
Cleveland
47
L.A. Clippers
(From Houston)
33
Detroit
(From Toronto)
48
Atlanta
34
Washington
49
Memphis
35
Sacramento
50
Philadelphia
(From New Orleans)
36
New Jersey
51
Portland
(Pick may be conveyed to DET via DEN)
37
L.A. Clippers
(From Detroit)
52
Denver
(Pick may be conveyed to POR or to DET)
38
Houston
(From L.A. Clippers)
53
Orlando
39
Charlotte
54
Cleveland
(From OKC via Miami)
40
Milwaukee
55
Boston
41
L.A. Lakers
(From Golden State via New Jersey)
56
L.A. Lakers
42
Indiana
57
Dallas
43
Chicago
(From Utah )
58
L.A. Lakers
(From Miami)
44
Golden State
(From Phoenix via Chicago)
59
San Antonio
45
New Orleans
(From Philadelphia)
60
Sacramento
(From Chicago via Milwaukee)
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