Nick Gilbert, the son of Cavs’ owner Dan Gilbert will represent the team.
Gilbert made his first appearance in 2011, snagging a No. 1 pick; the Cavs used it to draft Kyrie Irving.
He struck gold two years later with another No. 1 pick; the team selected Anthony Bennett.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, the New York Knicks and the Phoenix Suns have the highest odds to land the top pick at 14 percent.
There is a ton of talent in this year’s draft class, with all eyes pointing to Zion Williamson.
The young phenom has been packing arenas since high school, drawing comparisons to one of Akron’s own.
The Duke star’s Twitter bio reads “Nothing is given, everything is earned.”
LeBron James coined the phrase in a 2014 Sports Illustrated article which announced his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers from the Miami Heat.
The full quote: “In Northeast Ohio, nothing is given. Everything is earned. You work for what you have.”
The good news is the Cavs won’t get a pick lower than No. 4 thanks to their 19-63 record. (One of the worst in the league).
The Cavs have a ways until draft day on June 20, but it all starts Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.