The trade offers for the Cleveland Cavaliers' 2014 No. 1 overall pick began before general manager David Griffin was done talking with the draft lottery media.
While the Cavs aren't openly shopping the pick, Griffin told ESPN.com, "We're going to be open-minded to whatever it is that advances our cause the furthest."
With three potential franchise players at the top of the draft, Griffin will likely be fielding phone calls all the way up until June 26 if he should so choose.
This author's personal preference would be to hold on to the pick and select Joel Embiid, although any of the following five players would be intriguing as well.
If teams continue to come a-calling, here are five star players whom Cleveland should be targeting.