The Cavaliers need help down low, so picking Nerlens Noels is the easy choice here. The only way this pick doesn't happen is if they trade the pick away, perhaps packaged with other picks for a big man.
Cleveland has talent on the squad, and most of its key players have been high draft picks from recent years. Former No. 1 overall pick Kyrie Irving, forward Tristan Thompson and guard Dion Waiters were all drafted in the top four picks of their respective drafts.
Each player has shown promise through the first few years of his career, but the team has struggled to win games. Injuries, especially to Irving, have been a major factor in the team's failures.
Center Anderson Varejao has had a good career, but he has also dealt with injuries. He hasn't played in more than 31 games in three seasons, so the Cavs need to look at adding to their depth down low.
Noels lacks size compared to most centers in the league, but he could perform well next to Varejao.
Like a few of the Cavs, Noels is rehabbing from an injury. He will have to continue to work hard to get back to being a top player after tearing his ACL.
When he's healthy, he will be a good player. As a freshman at Kentucky, he shot 59 percent from the field, grabbed 9.5 rebounds and averaged 4.4 blocks per game.
With a team filled with top picks, this could be a team to watch out for in a few years.
Cleveland needs to get size down low, and Noels will be the choice if the Cavs don't trade pick.