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Some might argue the Cleveland Cavaliers will take Kansas' Thomas Robinson with the No. 4 pick, but they already have Tristan Thompson as their power forward of the future.
Instead, look for the Cavs to land Florida's Bradley Beal to give NBA Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving an effective backcourt mate.
Beal is this year's top shooting guard prospect with good athleticism and slashing ability. While he needs to work on his jumper a bit, Beal (6'4", 207 pounds) had an explosive freshman season with the Gators (14.6 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists) and won SEC All-Freshman Team and first-team All-SEC selections.
He would've been SEC Freshman of the Year if Kentucky didn't have Anthony Davis.
Beal provides the scoring punch Cleveland lacked at the off-guard position (sorry, Anthony Parker and Daniel Gibson).
A core of Irving, Beal and Thompson will move the Cavaliers closer to the NBA playoffs.