Could the Cavs be highly aggressive in Thursday’s NBA Draft?
With less than two weeks to go, let’s spin the wheel!
The fifth pick offers options.
This is one area where James Wiseman maakes sense.
Some of the names linked to Cleveland also would fill a need.
The Cavs have options in the first round or outside of it if they add more picks.
The prolonged absence of the NBA has allowed for a lot of time to stew on the NBA Draft, and as prospects declare, it’s time to rerank our 2020 NBA Draft Big Board.
How do you make the right draft decision about players you can’t meet with or watch in person, for a draft that may not even happen?
With just four months until the 2020 NBA Draft, we are finally getting a solid feel for what the tiers of prospects should look like.
The Cavs are in an interesting spot for the 2020 NBA Draft because it’s full of point guards.
The Cavs add the talented USC wing in exchange for cash and second round picks.
Wade is a 6’10" forward from Kansas State.
A busy night for the Cavs continues.
With their second pick, Cleveland gets a shooter.
The draft has not started, but the first five picks seem to be known. Unless they aren’t.
Year two post LeBron, the 2019 draft is about laying a foundation for what’s next.
Here are our final rankings of 2019 NBA Draft prospects the Cavs could consider on Thursday.
Sexton showed promise without guaranteeing long term success. Where does that leave Cleveland?
The Cavaliers need to add playmakers, so here are some options they could take with their second first-round pick to address the issue.