2012 NBA Draft: Who Should the Cavaliers Draft in 2012?

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2012 NBA Draft: Who Should the Cavaliers Draft in 2012?

Last year, the Cavaliers began their journey to recover from the horrible season that followed the departure of LeBron James.

With the 2011 NBA Draft, the Cavaliers brought in Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson in the first round, along with some less notable players later on in the draft. As expected, Irving has been sensational this season for Cleveland and is the favorite to win the NBA Rookie of the Year Award. As far as Thompson goes, many people questioned the pick of him at the time, but he also has turned out to be very good for Cleveland.

The rebuilding process is not nearly over for Cleveland though. Those were just two of the numerous positions that the Cavaliers needed to upgrade at, to once again become a playoff caliber team.

In the 2012 NBA Draft, the Cavaliers have two first round and two second-round picks. With so much talent at the collegiate level right now, the Cavaliers have numerous options with each pick.

Here is my mock draft of who I think the Cavaliers should draft with each of their picks in the 2012 NBA Draft. (Note that the exact spot where Cleveland picks has not yet been determined, so each slide will have an estimate of where they are most likely to be picking.)

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