With the fourth pick Team A chooses Rashard Lewis of the Orlando Magic and with the fifth pick Team A chooses Andrew Bynum of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Team A is getting a nice piece with Rashard Lewis. They have a player who can play either the three or the four. As a three he is a tough cover because he would be taller than most other three's. We are seeing the damage and mismatches he creates as a four in this playoffs. His ability to shoot (just unde 40% from three in the playoffs) stretches defenses.
On the defensive side, his said height and length allows him not to be a total disadvantage when guarding four's and he has enough quickness and athleticism to cover most threes.
Team A's hand was forced a little and they needed a big man to combat the size Team B boasts, hence the selection of Bynum. Bynum though is more than just a big body.
He is a decent athlete for his size and an improving low post player. He has the ability to score the ball when given touches as we saw with his 42 point eruption earlier this season against the Clippers.
On the defensive side Bynum can be a little foul prone but he also showed the ability to block shots as he finished with a regular season average of 1.8 per game.
Bynum also has the physical size and girth to deal with the likes of Dwight Howard.