I love C.J. McCollum at #7 or #8 in the draft. There's gonna be enough cap-space to sign two near-max FA's this off-season, and then some backups (assuming we amnesty Villanueva and buy-out Stuckey, as we should). In terms of who those two FA's are going to be, there are a lot of options. A. Iguodala, O. Mayo, T. Evans, JR Smith, Ke. Martin, M. Ellis, B. Jennings, C. Brewer, etc. I think #1 for me would be Iguodala. He's a little old at 29, and he's not an outside shooter - something we need, but he's a great slasher, a great passer, and one of the league's pre-eminent defenders. I think #2 for me would be Mayo. He's the right age at 25, a great shooter, and an at least average perimeter defender. There are, of course, others above that intrigue me as well. C: A. Drummond(19), V. Kravtsov(25) PF: G. Monroe(22), J. Jerebko(26) SF: A. Iguodala(29), K. Middleton(21) SG: O. Mayo(25), K. Singler(24), K. English(24) PG: C. McCollum(21), B. Knight(21) The East is weak outside of Miami. That, or something similar, could be an ECF team with a competent coach.