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You can't help but wonder if the Cleveland Cavaliers would take a redo on last June's draft.
Victor Oladipo was and remains the lock of the 2013 class. And the Cavs passed for a question mark.
He's averaging 13.8 points, 5.3 boards and four assists off Orlando's bench. Through four games, the No. 1 pick in Anthony Bennett has yet to make a shot.
Hopefully the Cavs didn't pass on Oladipo because of the presence of Dion Waiters, who also plays shooting guard. If you ask me, Waiters is more effective in a sixth-man role anyway, while Oladipo's defense, versatility and overall discipline are sorely needed in Cleveland's backcourt.
Either way, Oladipo is evolving and expanding with every game he plays. Regardless of his position, he looks like a far better bet to reach his ceiling than Bennett, who presents legitimate risk as an undersized power forward.
Even though it's early, I'd imagine the Cavs brass is at least questioning whether or not they made a major draft blunder. Not me. I've already come to the conclusion that they did.