Other notables selected late in the first round included Syracuse point guard Tyler Ennis, the clutch shooter who went to Phoenix at No. 18, and UCLA small forward Kyle Anderson, whom reigning NBA champion San Antonio took with the 30th and final pick.
In a trade consummated earlier in the day, New Orleans sent center Omer Asik and $1.5 million to Houston in exchange for a protected 2015 first-round pick.
NOTES: Cleveland picked first for a league-high sixth time. ... The Cavaliers had just a 1.7 percent chance of winning the draft lottery after finishing with the ninth-worst record (33-49) last season. ... Andrew Wiggins, a Canadian native, became the sixth foreign-born player to be picked first overall after Hakeem Olajuwon (1984), Patrick Ewing (1985), Andrew Bogut (2005), Andrew Bargnani (2006) and Wiggins' new teammate and fellow Canadian, Anthony Bennett (2013). ... Baylor C Isaiah Austin, who was expected to be drafted before he was diagnosed last week with Marfan syndrome, was at the Barclays Center and took the stage with commissioner Adam Silver between the 15th and 16th picks. Silver said Austin was "selected by the NBA" as Austin wiped tears from his eyes.