For the second time in 3 years, the Cleveland Cavaliers own the number one overall pick in the NBA draft.

Monty Williams represented the New Orleans Pelicans at the NBA lottery, hoping to strike gold for the second straight year. Luck was with Cleveland, but the Pelicans do own the 6th overall pick in the 2013 draft.

The Orlando Magic went into Tuesday night's lottery with the best odds to land the number one pick. They will pick second, while the Washington Wizards landed in the top 3, picking 3rd.

The Charlotte Bobcats, who have never owned the first pick in the draft, will be slotted 4th, one spot ahead of the Phoenix Suns.

Here is the full first-round draft order:

1. Cleveland Cavaliers

2. Orlando Magic

3. Washington Wizards

4. Charlotte Bobcats

5. Phoenix Suns

6. New Orleans Pelicans

7. Sacramento Kings

8. Detroit Pistons

9. Minnesota Timberwolves

10. Portland Trail Blazers

11. Philadelphia 76ers

12. Oklahoma City Thunder

13. Dallas Mavericks

14. Utah Jazz

15. Milwaukee Bucks

16. Boston Celtics

17. Atlanta Hawks

18. Atlanta Hawks (from Houston Rockets)

19. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Los Angeles Lakers)

20. Chicago Bulls

21. Utah Jazz (from Golden State Warriors)

22. Brooklyn Nets

23. Indiana Pacers

24. New York Knicks

25. Los Angeles Clippers

26. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Memphis Grizzlies)

27. Denver Nuggets

28. San Antonio Spurs

29. Oklahoma City Thunder

30. Phoenix Suns (from Miami Heat)