NBA Draft Order 2011: Will Two Top Five Picks Turn Cavs' Fortunes Around?
NBA Draft Order 2011 Sees Cavs Score Two Top Four Picks, But Will They Turn Team Around?
The NBA Draft order 2011 has officially been set, and as the dust settles on the lottery this year, the Cleveland Cavaliers have made out like bandits this year, winding up with as close to the team's best case scenario as possible.
The Cavs scored the first and fourth overall picks in the draft, giving them the potential to completely overhaul their roster with some of the top talent in this year's draft.
While the Cavs are certain to improve with the pair of top five talents they're going to bring in, are they really going to improve the team's fortunes all that much?
Sure, grabbing a Kyrie Irving or a Derrick Williams would surely help this team's cause, but let's be honest here; this draft class is one of the weakest in recent memory, with a dearth of can't-miss prospects, there are no quick fixes here.
The Cavs need plenty of help, too, they were certainly one of the least talented rosters in the sport, and have big holes up and down their roster.
But, at the same time, those picks could have the long-term potential to get this franchise back on track.
Will they revamp the franchise overnight? Probably not, there are no quick fixes in this draft class, and the Cavs have to many needs to fully turn around. But, by scoring a pair of top five picks, the Cavs have set themselves up quite well in the long term, assuming they draft well.
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