The 2013 NBA draft is just weeks away, and as the date draws nearer, each team's big board grows smaller.
With the combine all wrapped up and draft order set, teams can now begin to focus on the prospects who will best help their team.
For the Cleveland Cavaliers, their search is more complicated than most. Owners of pick Nos. 1, 19, 31 and 33, Cleveland has to plan for what prospects will likely be available at all four of those spots.
Should the Cavs really fall in love with a player that is likely to fall in between some of their spots, it is possible they could move picks around to trade up or back to set themselves up to acquire said player.
For a team with needs across the board, especially at small forward, here are the prospects who would best fit with the Cavs and where they're likely to be picked.