A Cleveland Cavaliers trade could be coming, especially with the 2012 NBA Draft just hours away. There had previously been chatter that the Cavaliers were trying to move up in the order by trading for the No. 2 pick owned by the Charlotte Bobcats. Now, though, it seems like the Cavaliers may be looking at players later in the first round that could fit well into their system.
It has been reported that the Cavaliers are working out Terrence Ross in a private session, possibly with the intent of targeting him on draft day. The problem is that he is not a top four player (the Cavaliers own the No. 4 pick) and that he will also get selected before the Cavaliers pick again at No. 24.
It could be the case that the Cavaliers have an idea to turn their No. 4 pick into two other first round selections, possibly pushing the team to three first round picks in the 2012 NBA Draft. That would certainly help to add a lot of depth to the roster, helping give point guard Kyrie Irving a number of new weapons to work with in the upcoming NBA season.
Do you think that it would be smart for a Cleveland Cavaliers trade to go down that has the team selecting later in the first round? Which team or pick do you think that Cleveland should target to pull this off?