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The draft has come full circle.
The Cavs are taking Isaiah Thomas with the first pick, while the Raptors pick DeMar DeRozan with the second pick.
Both players are expected to go in the top three picks, with the Lakers picking third.
But the Cavs have been doing a lot of the heavy lifting, and are now expected to pick ahead of the Raptors with the sixth pick.
It’s possible the Cavaliers will pick ahead and trade down with the Raptors, but the odds are they won’t.
The Raptors have had a pretty quiet draft this year, and they may want to be a bit more aggressive in the first round than they were last year.
They have only traded a couple of picks this year (Maurice Ager and Markelle Fultz) and haven’t really given any indication they intend to do so this year.
The fact they haven’t done anything suggests they won.
The Cavaliers have had some success with the draft in the past, and while it hasn’t always been a great draft, the Cavs are a team that can be counted on to be good at drafting in the future.
They can go for an elite player like Kyrie Irving, a high lottery pick, or a high first rounder.
And if they go after a player like DeMarre Carroll, they can take him with the seventh pick.
Carroll could be an elite big man or a defensive stopper.
He’s a versatile offensive player who can guard multiple positions.
And the Cavaliers could go after one of those players and not miss on anyone.
The second pick is a bit of a mystery.
The Celtics are expected at the top of the first three rounds, and if the Cavs pick at No. 7, they’ll have two selections at No, 2 and No. 3.
But if they’re at No-1, they’re probably going to take DeAndre Jordan or a big man.
Jordan would fit right in on the Cavaliers.
The biggest question for the Cavs is who they pick at the second spot.
It could be someone like the big man/power forward prospect Malik Monk or a small forward.
The Pistons were expected to draft point guard Kyle Singler with the fourth pick, but he hasn’t played this season.
The Sixers were also expected to be the frontrunners to take him, but they’re expected to take Duke center Ben Simmons.
If the Cavs choose Monk, it would leave the Cavaliers with a couple players that could fill out their roster.
If they go with Simmons, the Cavaliers would have to take a player who has the potential to be an All-Star.
They could take a wing like Michael Carter-Williams, or even a point guard like Malik Monk.
They also have a few players in the NBA Draft that could potentially be in the mix at the first two picks.
That could mean that the Cavs might be able to find a player at No