Brendan Maloy
Wednesday May 21st, 2014

The NBA began using a lottery system for the draft in 1985. (David Dow/National Basketball/Getty Images) The NBA began using a lottery system for the draft in 1985. (David Dow/National Basketball/Getty Images)

The Cleveland Cavaliers will have the number one pick in the NBA draft for the second consecutive year.

The Bucks had the highest odds to win at 25 percent after going 15-67 last season, followed by the Philadelphia 76ers at 19.9% and the Orlando Magic 15.6%. The Cavaliers had just a 1.7% chance of winning the first pick.

This year's draft is believed to be especially deep with young talent with four freshman on top of Sports Illustrated's most recent NBA draft Big Board.

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2014 NBA Draft Order

1. Cleveland Cavaliers

2. Milwaukee Bucks

3. Philadelphia 76ers

4. Orlando Magic

5. Utah Jazz

6. Boston Celtics

7. Los Angeles Lakers

8. Sacramento Kings

9. Charlotte Hornets

10. Philadelphia 76ers

11. Denver Nuggets

12. Orlando Magic

13. Minnesota Timberwolves 14. Phoenix Suns

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