Not much explanation needed
Their PFs are not anything spectacular, and getting the best PF in this class would be a no-brainer
Since there is a lack of size in 1/2 of the frontcourt, they can draft a C that can provide some offense and move Wood to the PF.
Otto Porter and Terrence Ross would probably be gone in the offseason, and getting an explosive wing like Green could be a good option for them.
Yes, they do have a lot of guards on their roster, but this is an instance where they take the best player available. I have also read something from a Cavs insider that said that if this pick were to happen, then Garland would leave the team.
I feel like the Wizards could still trade Beal, and this is a pick for if they manage to find a Beal trade they like.
With it being pretty much a guarantee that Lowry will leave in free agency, they could start Freddy at the 1 and draft a SG next to him.
This is a pick where the Thunder can draft a SF and move Shai to PG and Dort to SG and draft a SF
Chicago's 2021 1st round pick to Orlando.
This could be a very solid pick for the final piece of their starting 5, where they get their SF and move Isaac to PF.
This is another assumption pick, and this time I am assuming that Hield, Barnes and/or Bagley get traded, and this could be a solid pick because he can play either SF or PF
The Pelicans don't really have a true SG, and getting a decent player at the SG position could be helpful for them.
The Pacers have expressed interest in moving Brogdon, Sabonis, and Turner, and this could be a pick even if they do not moving any of those players, and Cooper is a very solid player that can serve as a backup.
Warriors get a good shooter, I think it would be an interesting pick to add another great shooter and see a trio of Curry-Klay-Kispert
This year Demar Derozan was their PF, but that is not very ideal. They get a solid player that could step in and play PF for them