2010 NBA Draft: Five Things the Cavaliers Need To Watch in the Draft

June 24th, 2010 by Aaron Green Leave a reply »
The 2010 NBA Draft is tonight and although it may be the only night this summer that the LeBron James free-agent saga is not the focus NBA world, James will still affect it.

And even though the Cleveland Cavaliers do not have a single pick in this year’s draft, they should pay close attention tonight, and nearly everything they should watch for revolves around James and his unknown destination.

For starters, Cleveland needs to keep an eye on what the other teams going after James do in the draft to make their club more appealing to the King.

Of the major suitors (New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls) after James, the Nets have the highest pick at three.

It’s impossible that John Wall falls to them at three, but just because New Jersey is going to draft James buddy from Kentucky that doesn’t mean the Cavs shouldn’t pay attention to what the do.

Maybe the Nets take Wall’s teammate Demarcus Cousins in an attempt to entice James to New Jersey considering how close he became to Ken ...

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