The players listed above were ordered based on team fit, skill, impact, and potential. Deni Avdija is clearly the top pick for the Cavs, fitting their team exceptionally and being compared to Luka Doncic. Obi Toppin would suit the team well off the bench, especially alongside Matthew Dellavadova and Dylan Windler, perimeter shooters who could stand outside and let Obi go to work. The remaining picks all involve taking minutes from key players or trading key players, so they are all based on how well they’d fit and their ceiling/potential. One particularly controversial order was called a tie between Isaac Okoro and Anthony Edwards in the order. Even though Edwards is clearly going to be the higher pick, taking Okoro would improve both ends of the floor. If the team drafts Okoro, it would be best to trade Collin Sexton and Darius Garland, so you can start Kevin Porter Jr too. This would lead to huge defensive improvement, with KPJ having the highest defensive potential on the team right now. Edwards would also lead to trading one of the team’s young guards since Edwards is a shooting guard and too small to defend a small forward. This would lead to below-average defensive, but a very explosive offense. Because Okoro can improve on offense more than Edwards on defense, he gains a slight edge.