The Cleveland Cavaliers have taken a chance on the No. 2 pick, according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell.

The Cavaliers have acquired the No 1 pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.

Draft experts have already said the Cavaliers will have a strong shot at getting the No 2 pick.

In a tweet Wednesday, Cavs general manager Koby Altman said the team had selected the No 3 pick, the same pick they traded away from Philadelphia last week.

Cavs fans will be happy to hear that the Cavs got the pick they were looking for and the pick Cleveland fans are hoping to see this draft.

Cleveland won’t have the No1 pick for a few years, but they’re not the only team looking to make a splash in the draft.

In the meantime, the Cavs are taking a chance at getting a top-three pick, as they’re getting the chance to move up to pick at No. 3.

The No. 4 pick, meanwhile, is a relatively safe bet for Cleveland.

They’ll have the pick if the No3 pick falls this year.

The Cavs have a good chance to draft a No. 1 pick.

This pick is really a big one.

The Cavaliers need to be ready to take advantage of it.

They have the best prospect at the draft in Lonzo Ball, but he’ll be a restricted free agent next summer and is expected to turn down an offer from the Lakers.

They can’t go in the opposite direction, and it’s just a matter of time until they pick No. 5.