- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 21, 2011

CLEVELAND (AP) - They’re done measuring, timing and talking to prospective draft picks. It’s time for the Cleveland Cavaliers to choose a few.

Empowered with the Nos. 1 and 4 picks in Thursday’s NBA draft, the Cavs will spend the next 24 hours deciding who to add to their roster. While all signs indicate they will select Duke point guard Kyrie Irving first overall, the Cavs have not made any final decisions and will spend Tuesday considering what to do.

On Monday, the team hosted Arizona forward Derrick Williams, Turkish center Enes Kanter and Kentucky guard Brandon Knight for workouts. It was the second visit for Williams and Kanter. The trio also met with Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, adding another layer of mystery to the team’s true intentions.

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