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Good golly. Where can we start with the Cavs?
Okay, basically they need anything they can get, besides a franchise point guard of course, which means the best thing for them to do is get the best possible talent from their picks.
Of course, the view on Cleveland has been that they are going to acquire a wing player, either a small forward or shooting guard, which is good for them, as there should be at least one player who has the potential to be an all-star at their first pick that meets that criteria.
Bradley Beal seems to be on the top of their list, but after Washington traded for Trevor Ariza and Emeka Okafor, it's nearly a lock that they take him with the No. 3 pick. Cleveland, in turn, has been attempting to flip the Nos. 4 and 24 picks for Charlotte's No. 2 pick.
If Charlotte balks at a trade for their pick, Cleveland would likely end up picking between Michael Kidd-Gilchrist out of Kentucky and Harrison Barnes from North Carolina, although recent rumors have swirled around Dion Waiters as a potential dark horse.
Going further down in the draft, Cleveland needs depth at nearly every position, so unless they trade their later picks we should see a good mix of big defenders and small playmakers.