1. Cleveland Cavaliers, Otto Porter
Small Forward (Georgetown)
Amidst the Cavaliers’ effort to move the number one pick, it’s clear Cleveland is looking for a small forward (preferably veteran) to sure up their starting five. The problem is that both Cleveland and the rest of the league knows this year’s no.1 isn’t as valuable as it typically would be given a different draft class. If the Cavs fail to pick up a swingman with experience, the quickest solution to their problems lies with Otto Porter. Critics say he has a low ceiling and doesn’t excel at any one thing at an elite level. But what Porter would do is become the glue guy on a squad that is looking add more role players on the wing to play off of superstar Kyrie Irving.
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