This would make sense because the Cavs want Bradley Beal. Here's Sam Amick's report.
As Charlotte continues to ponder its decision at No. 2, numerous executives expect the Bobcats to be approached by Cleveland (No. 4) about the possibility of swapping picks (if it hasn't happened already) in order for the Cavaliers to land Florida shooting guard Bradley Beal. While Cavs point guard Kyrie Irving is known to be a huge proponent of drafting North Carolina small forward Harrison Barnes, it appears Beal has shot up their big board just as he has so many others, and it's widely believed that he won't get past Washington at No. 3 if they don't make a move.
The Cavs have four picks (Nos. 4, 24, 33, 34), and those could be enticing to the Bobcats as assets should they decide to pursue both quality and quantity in this draft.
I like Beal but how many of those picks would we have to give up? This is a deep draft and we don't need another Lebron situation where we can't get quality players around Irving and Beal.
I say swap picks and give them Andy V. The Bobcats want Harrison Barnes or Thomas Robinson. So the trade really makes sense for them because 1 of those players will be there at 4 and if the Cavs really want Beal he will not make it past the Wizards.
I like the idea of a Irving/Beal backcourt just don't give up the farm unless the Cavs think this is something that has to be done and they have to get Beal, Maybe give up the second round picks. We'll see.