Mar 21, 2014; St. Louis, MO, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Andrew Wiggins (22) dunks the ball ahead of Eastern Kentucky Colonels guard Isaac McGlone (5), Glenn Cosey (0) and Marcus Lewis (12) in the first half during the 2nd round of the 2014 NCAA Men

Report: All signs point to Cleveland Cavaliers drafting Andrew Wiggins

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The NBA Draft is tonight and there is plenty of drama at the top of the order as to who will be the No. 1 overall pick and how that will set in motion the next few picks to follow.

While it has been a discussion of about four or five players for the better part of the last month, it seems that the Cleveland Cavaliers have narrowed things down to just two players and now just one.

The Cavaliers have narrowed things down to Andrew Wiggins from Kansas and Jabari Parker from Duke, and according to Adam Zagoria from, the Cavaliers will be selecting Wiggins with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft this year.

This isn’t at all surprising as not only did Wiggins have better work outs with the Cavaliers but Parker had been starting to distance himself from the Cavs in recent days. Cleveland is not a destination for players, and even youngsters coming into the league know that Cleveland is a potentially toxic situation.

Still, the Cavaliers love Wiggins and he might be the future superstar player they need to fully pull themselves out of the muck and into the glory they have tasted only so briefly in the past.

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