Parker or Wiggins expected to go No. 1 in the NBA Draft (Krista Pirtle's Blog)

A year later, Cleveland's No. 1 pick of Anthony Bennett is seen as a miss. 

Last season, Bennett averaged 4.2 points in 12.8 minutes per game. 

Because of that, most analysts think that the Cavaliers can't take the risk to draft Joel Embiid of Kansas with the top pick.

Embiid's history of injuries is a concern. When will he be able to make a contribution to an NBA team?

He recently underwent foot surgery after breaking his navicular bone in his right foot and is expected back in four to six months, missing summer league and training camp.

Duke's Jabari Parker is an offensive machine. His scoring ability is expected to transition immediately to the NBA. However, is defense is not top notch.

But KU's Andrew Wiggins' defense is. His length helps, as does his athletic ability. 

We'll have to wait to find out who goes No. 1 until the NBA Draft kicks off this evening on ESPN.

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