How to win NBA draft #5, the draft’s biggest prize, is now upon us.
Draft expert Jeff Goodman and I will be giving you the definitive answer to how you should win the draft.
How to win the NBA draft?
We’ll be breaking down the most important decisions, picks, and strategies in this draft.
We’ll also dive into the first round, where we’ll break down how the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors will go about assembling their rosters.
We’ve been here before, we’ll be here again.
Let’s start this edition of Drafts with a bang.
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavs, LeBron James is the first pick in the NBA Draft.
How does he fit into the Cavs roster?
It’s not a surprise to me.
James is one of the best big men in the league, and his versatility on both ends of the floor will allow him to be effective at both ends.
LeBron has the ability to switch on offense, defend multiple positions, and do it all with a good work ethic.
LeBron’s ability to score is one reason why he has been the most efficient scorer in the entire league over the past few years.
He’s not only one of, if not the, best scorers in the game, but he is also a great finisher.
Kevin Durant and the Golden State Golden State has made history in this season’s NBA playoffs by becoming the first team to reach the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2008.
While the Warriors have not reached the Western Finals since 2007, they are on a different level than the Cavs.
Durant has been on a tear this year and is the NBA’s MVP.
He is a fantastic scorer, can pass, rebound, and make plays on the glass.
He can also defend and is an all-around player who is able to do a lot on both sides of the ball.
He has the talent to be a great leader for the Warriors.
Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat, Dwyan Wade is the second pick in this year’s NBA Draft, after the Minnesota Timberwolves.
He was drafted in the first three rounds by the Timberwolves.
Dwan is a tremendous defender who has the length and quickness to be an excellent rim protector, and can score and make a lot of plays.
His length and explosiveness allows him to score at a high rate as well.
He also has a great work ethic, and has shown that this season.
The only downside to Wade is his shooting ability, which he struggles to make on defense.
Wade can also be a bit turnover prone, as he often ends up getting himself in foul trouble.
Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics, Kyrie has been playing well this year, scoring a career-high in points and rebounds.
He continues to be one of only a handful of players in the world to average 20 points and 10 rebounds per game.
Kyri has a tremendous feel for the game as well, as evidenced by his ability to hit the mid-range jumper and finish at the rim.
Kyrien’s versatility will allow for him to play either forward spot or guard a power forward.
He should be able to play on both the wings or in the post.
He has the physical tools to be able play both center and power forward, and should be a perfect fit for the Boston Cavaliers.
Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Wild, Karl- Anthony Towns is the third pick in tonight’s draft.
He started his college career at Duke and was a consensus All-American.
He ended up going undrafted, and signed a two-year deal with the Minnesota Twins.
Towns will be a massive upgrade over his former team, the Portland Trail Blazers.
Towns is one-of-a-kind on both a physical and mental level.
He had the opportunity to play with some of the top players in college basketball, but chose to remain in Minnesota.
Towns has the potential to be the next Derrick Rose, the greatest player of all-time, if he continues to develop.
LaMarcus Aldridge and the Portland Blazers, LaMarcus is one the most dominant scorers of all time.
He averaged 23.1 points per game during his senior season at Duke.
He became a household name in the Pac-12 as a freshman, as his scoring skyrocketed from 21.1 per game to 26.1 in his sophomore season.
Aldridge has the skill set to be just as great, if more efficient, offensively.
Brandon Ingram and the Los Angeles Lakers, Brandon Ingram is one your top prospects in this upcoming NBA draft.
Ingram is a 6’9″ big man who can play the wing or power forward position, and will be an incredible complement to the Lakers.
Ingram can also guard multiple positions.
He played the wing and power for the Los Angels Lakers during their championship run.
Ingram has the