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Cleveland has the first and fourth picks. The No. 1 pick is freshman standout Kyrie Irving out of Duke, but there are plenty of options with the fourth, and in my opinion most important, pick.
Irving is going to be a solid player in the NBA and he's going to provide the Cavaliers with a solid point guard, but he's not going to be a one-man show. The Cavaliers need to find a way to win without LeBron James, and they clearly failed doing so this year.
With the fourth pick, the Cavs should take Enes Kanter. The 6'11 center from Turkey was supposed to play for the Kentucky Wildcats this past season, but was ruled ineligible.
Kanter is a big-time player with the ability to play the power forward or the center positions, both big needs for the Cavs.
If they decide not to go with Kanter, Jan Vesely from the Czech Republic could fill the need for a big man. Vesely is also 6'11 and can play multiple positions.
The combination of Irving and either Kanter or Vesely will give the Cavs two big needs. A point guard and a big man who can be franchise-type players and help the Cavs to have life without LeBron.
This might be one of the most important drafts for this franchise, and they will make the biggest splash at the draft this year.