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 on Tuesday. Despite having only a 1.7 percent chance of obtaining the first selection with the ninth-best odds, the Cavaliers emerged as victors in the much anticipated lottery. In 2011, Cleveland finished with the second-worst record in the league but earned the right to pick point guard Kyrie Irving of Duke with the top selection. Last year, the Cavaliers had the third-best chance of scooping the lottery, yet still came out on top and chose forward Anthony Bennett of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Click here to read full news..