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In honor of tonight’s NCAA Championship game between the Duke Blue Devils and the Wisconsin Badgers, we take a look at the top 5 Cavs players’ highlights from college, starting with number five:

5. Tristan Thompson – Texas

Tristan Thompson was a high flying, active big man at Texas, which helped him earn the number four draft pick in 2011.

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4. Joe Harris – Virginia

Joe Harris scored a career high (college) 36 points as the unranked Cavaliers (of Virginia) upset #3 ranked Duke. Harris was drafted 33rd by the Cleveland Cavs in 2014.

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3. Iman Shumpert – Georgia Tech

Iman Shumpert was a high flying guy in college, and his athleticism is what helped him get drafted by the Knicks in 2011

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2. Kevin Love – UCLA

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1. Kyrie Irving – Duke

Kyrie Irving missed a lot of his only season at Duke with a toe injury, but the fact that he was able to be drafted number one overall after playing just 11 games at Duke shows just how great he was.