DRAFT PICKS: Round 1: #30 Round 2: None
It's hard to find much wrong with the Cavs. They have surrounded LeBron James with a solid and diverse supporting cast. There have been times in the postseason when the offense has been a bit stagnant, but since November, Cleveland has been the most consistent team in the NBA.
If LeBron James stays in Cleveland and the Cavs keep their core together, they should be championship contenders for the next several years. The pre-Draft deal that brings O'Neal to Cleveland should only help the Cavs against the Dwight Howards of the world. Priority No. 1 for the summer should be re-signing Anderson Varejao if he declines his player option. Even with Wallace gone to Phoenix, the Cavs' frontline is no fountain of youth with Zydrunas Ilgauskas, O'Neal and Joe Smith getting significant minutes. Luckily, they have J.J. Hickson and Darnell Jackson waiting in the wings and they may be asked to produce more next season.