NBA Draft day: Former announcer predicts Cavs’ first pick

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Cavaliers have the number one pick in tonight's NBA draft.

It's the third time in four years the team will have that top pick.

In 2011, they selected Kyrie Irving of Duke University first overall.  The next season they had the 4th pick and selected Dion Waiter of Syracuse. In 2013, the top choice netted Anthony Bennett, who struggled his rookie year.

This year, it appears to be a two-horse race.  Jabari Parker, who played one season with the Duke Blue Devils could be the selection, or it could be Kansas Jayhawk Andrew Wiggins.

Former Cavs announcer Michael Reghi was on Fox 8 News in the Morning today to talk about what might happen.

Click the video player above to hear what he had to say.

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