What's not to like, indeed? The Cavaliers won the NBA lottery for the second time in their history on Tuesday night and also collected the No. 4 pick as well. After the disappointment of LeBron James' decision to bolt for South Beach last summer, this summer is starting off on a much higher note. "It has been a rough, difficult road," said beaming owner Dan Gilbert, who was accompanied by sons Nick, 14, and Grant, 13, as well as minority owner Jeff Cohen and Browns legend Bernie Kosar and current players -- and Cavs fans -- Josh Cribbs and Joe Haden. "This is a new beginning Cleveland. We're coming back." The lottery rewarded the pick originally belonging to the Los Angeles Clippers. The Cavs obtained that pick, along with Baron Davis, by sending Mo Williams and Jamario Moon to the Clippers at the trading deadline.