I agree … I think the Cavs are closer to a bottom end of the playoffs than most people think … just need a few things … health, consistency, better 3 point shooting … I was hoping to add a veteran (like Phoenix did with Chris Paul) … and I know this will sound crazy … but they can add a veteran without doing anything … Kevin Love … hopefully the Olympics will help straighten him out and he can come back and play more and better … would love to see him give them 15/10 a night with 40%+ 3 point shooting … with a three way rotation of Allen, Love and Mobley (if that is who they get) at C & PF … that may mean trading Nance … I like Nance and think he is more useful than Love, but I also think you can get much more for him than Love at this point and time … all this and another year of growth from the young pups could just push them into the playoffs.You have to have big-time perimeter oriented scorers. Green is the youngest of those top-4 guys and produced at a pretty high level with good efficiency against grown men while skipping college.
I lean towards thinking Houston will take Green. Cleveland shouldn't be trying to swing any major deals unless they seriously want to move up, which has been rumored some with alleged inquiries about the #1 pick. If they end up with either Mobley or Green IMO they need to play at least most of the year with them alongside their other young guys before making any major roster decisions.