View Poll Results: If the Cavs get the second pick, who should they choose?

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  • Ben McLemore

    19 8.92%
  • Otto Porter

    129 60.56%
  • Anthony Bennett

    9 4.23%
  • Victor Oladipo

    24 11.27%
  • Alex Len

    30 14.08%
  • Other---

    2 0.94%
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    Quote Originally Posted by adam81king View Post
    I wouldn't call a 6'7" PF very "big."
    The kid is also 240 and and has a 7'1 wingspan. He's big enough for the PF. If we could get someone out of this draft at the 4 or 5 that could help stretch the floor and open up the lane a bit, that would be huge for us.

    Not saying Bennett is the answer or anything, just saying the kid intrigues me.

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    Doesn't help the Cavs much, but I really like Michael Carter-Williams. Jump shot is a bit iffy but apart from that he's been incredible this year. Maybe we can draft him to back up both guard spots and possibly play a 3 guard lineup at times but that's a bit of a stretch. Still, he's playing really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howler1313 View Post
    Doesn't help the Cavs much, but I really like Michael Carter-Williams. Jump shot is a bit iffy but apart from that he's been incredible this year. Maybe we can draft him to back up both guard spots and possibly play a 3 guard lineup at times but that's a bit of a stretch. Still, he's playing really well.
    This is basically how I feel about Brandon Paul.

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    Noel On Pace To Break Rondo's Single-Season Steals Record
    Dec 14, 2012 8:32 PM EST


    Nerlens Noel is on track to break Rajon Rondo’s record for most steals in a single-season at Kentucky.

    Rondo set the Wildcats record with 87 in 2005.

    Noel is averaging 2.7 steals per game and could eclipse Rondo’s mark by the end of this season, provided the 6-foot-10 center keeps up his current pace.

    Noel also averages 3.6 blocks and 9 rebounds in just under 31 minutes per game.
    http://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap..._Steals_Record

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    Watching IU V butler. Cody gets outmuscled for rebounds frequently and hasn't looked strong down low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMuffin 2014 View Post
    A center/power foward who blocks shots and steals and can defend is great

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    My dream draft would be to get Alex Len with our pick and then Possibly trade up with the lakers pick (depends on position) and pick up LeBryan Nash

    I would need to thoroughly pepper my angus if this were to happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by DionWaters View Post
    My dream draft would be to get Alex Len with our pick and then Possibly trade up with the lakers pick (depends on position) and pick up LeBryan Nash

    I would need to thoroughly pepper my angus if this were to happen

    Nash is being projected as a very late first rounder. I doubt we would have to trade up (unless it was with our 2nd's) to get him.
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    Anthony Bennet anyone? absolute stud
    pooty tang, some of that good good with pops.

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    After Noel the two guys I really want are Poythress and Bennett. Having an athletic 4 man who can go score and take his man off the dribble would be a fantastic addition alongside Irving and Waiters.

    Also, I mentioned him early on in this thread and saw someone else bring him up recently, Doug McDermott. At worst I think he can just be a stronger version of Steve Novak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Wreck View Post
    After Noel the two guys I really want are Poythress and Bennett. Having an athletic 4 man who can go score and take his man off the dribble would be a fantastic addition alongside Irving and Waiters.
    Do you think Poythress could also play small forward in the Nba? I havent seen a game of him so far, cause I dont follow college basketball that much except for some highlights and box scores...

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    When in doubt, step up the defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel89 View Post
    Do you think Poythress could also play small forward in the Nba? I havent seen a game of him so far, cause I dont follow college basketball that much except for some highlights and box scores...
    Maybe? I'd rather have him as my PF though. With Waiters and Irving being plus ball handlers I don't think we need a big time SF. I'd really just like a dead eye shooter at that spot.

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    I don't really see Poythress as a PF. I thought it was good to have your SF have a post game.

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    Anthony Bennett reminds me of Jason Maxiel.

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