Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin, left, and minority owner Jeff Cohen celebrate after the Cavaliers won the top pick in the the NBA basketball draft lottery in New York, Tuesday, May 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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The Cleveland Cavaliers struck the jackpot for a second successive year, and the third time in four, when they won the first pick in the NBA draft lottery in New York Tuesday.The Milwaukee Bucks, who ended up with the league's worst record in 2013-14, will pick second in this year's draft, followed by the Philadelphia 76ers, who endured a 26-game losing streak during the regular season.The next 11 lottery picks will be made by the Orlando Magic, Utah Jazz, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers, Sacramento Kings, Charlotte Hornets, 76ers, Denver Nuggets, Magic, Minnesota Timberwolves and the Phoenix Suns.
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