Cleveland Receives: No. 6 pick, No. 18 pick
Washington Receives: No. 4 pick
The Cleveland Cavaliers are known to be shopping the fourth overall pick in an attempt to fill multiple needs on the roster, and it appears that they may have found a willing taker.
ProBasketballDraft.com reports that this is a very real scenario being discussed between both clubs, as the Wizards' interest in Kanter is very real.
The Turkish prospect has already stated his affinity to play for the Wizards because of his noted friendship with franchise point guard John Wall, and the interest between parties now seems mutual.
It's a steep price for Washington to pay in order to move up just two slots, but if Washington wants to have a chance at Kanter, this is the only way they'll be able to nab him. If Cleveland holds onto the pick, they're expected to draft the center at No. 4.
Cleveland would still be able to land an impact player at No. 6 while acquiring an additional first-round selection that would allow the team to build upon its depth moving forward.
The Cavs know that they have multiple areas of deficiency to address, and stockpiling draft selections would be the first step in a long process toward achieving that goal.
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