1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Andrew Wiggins (SF, Kansas)

The question has loomed in everyone's mind since Wiggins, Joel Embiid and Jabari Parker declared for the NBA draft. Who should go No. 1? Should the Cavs go with the best-player-available philosophy or pick the player who fills one of their needs? After their Anthony Bennett pick from a year ago fell a tad short, Cleveland should be better off this time around if it chooses Wiggins. He can stretch the floor, score the ball at ease and is a solid perimeter defender. Plus, his vertical leap was 44 inches, which is pretty preposterous.
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