3. Draft a shooter
The Cleveland Cavaliers should absolutely look to add a deadly shooter to their roster. The importance of the 3-point shot has only grown larger in recent years as every team seems to be attempting to recreate the system set in place by Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors.
While there aren’t any players in this draft as talented as Curry, the Cavaliers have a few good options. Cam Reddish has the smoothest jump shot of any prospect and was a killer from deep during his high school days.
His shooting dipped to 33.3 percent in college, but I wouldn’t count him out yet.
If Reddish is off of the board by the time the Cavaliers are up to select, then they could opt to draft their shooter later in the first round.
Carsen Edwards could very well be available at the 26th spot. Edwards is a deadly sharpshooter who broke the NCAA Tournament record for 3-point shots with 28 total 3-pointers in just four games.
Drafting a shooter would be helpful to the Cavaliers who currently don’t have anyone who could be considered elite from beyond the arc. Jordan Clarkson led the team with 144 makes from deep last season, but was just the 50th-best shooter when compared to the rest of the league.