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2011 NBA Draft Order Is Officially Set With Cleveland Cavaliers Sitting At No. 1

Well now that the ping pong balls have all settled, the draft order for the 2011 NBA Draft is now set and teams can start breaking down what players may be available when the time comes to select.

The final first round draft order is as follows:

1st Cleveland Cavaliers (Fourth time in history selecting first overall)
2nd Minnesota Timberwolves
3rd Utah Jazz (from New Jersey Nets)
4th Cleveland Cavaliers (from Los Angeles Clippers)
5th Toronto Raptors
6th Washington Wizards
7th Sacramento Kings
8th Detroit Pistons
9th Charlotte Bobcats
10th Milwaukee Bucks
11th Golden State Warriors
12th Utah Jazz
13th Phoenix Suns
14th Houston Rockets
15th Indiana Pacers
16th Philadelphia 76ers
17th New York Knicks
18th Washington Wizards (from Atlanta Hawks)
19th Charlotte Bobcats (from New Orleans Hornets)
20th Minnesota Timberwolves (from Memphis Grizzlies)
21st Portland Trail Blazers
22nd Denver Nuggests
23rd Houston Rockets (from Orlando Magic)
24th Oklahoma City Thunder
25th Boston Celtics
26th Dallas Mavericks
27th New Jersey Nets (from Los Angeles Lakers)=
28th Chicago Bulls (from Miami Heat)
29th San Antonio Spurs
30th Chicago Bulls

The Cavaliers now have the hard decision in the upcoming month of taking Kyrie Irving from Duke or Derrick Williams of Arizona. With two picks in the first four selections they Cavaliers can now start to move on and rebuild after the departure of LeBron James.