Cleveland Cavaliers' general manager Chris Grant is known as one of the most creative minds in all of basketball.
His talents landed the Cavs the first overall pick in 2011, thanks to a trade that only required the Cavs to play Baron Davis 15 games at the end of a miserable season.
Last year, Grant managed to convert a late first-rounder from the Los Angeles Lakers into the 17th overall pick, selecting ACC Player of the Year Tyler Zeller.
This season, Grant could very well be at it again.
Already moving up 11 picks thanks to a clause in last year's trade with the Lakers, the Cavs not only own the first overall pick, but the 19th, 31st and 33rd as well.
With rumors that the Cavs could move the first overall pick as well as potentially trading up in the draft much like they did last season, Grant should be busy leading up to draft day.
Here are the five NBA teams the Cavs should try to swing a deal with leading up to the draft.