Jason Lloyd Tweets, "With about 5 hours to go, #Cavs still actively pursuing another top 10 pick tonight. Talks with the Warriors for #7 have stalled, but Rockets pick at #12 is in play. Don't see how Cavs do a deal that high without including Varejao."
Earlier on Thursday, Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Cavs are giving much thought to taking Syracuse's Dion Waiters, a 6-5 shooting guard at No. 4. It's more likely, though, that the Cavs acquire another pick to take Waiters; that's only if they don't get Bradley Beal and instead take Michael Kidd-Gilchrist or Harrison Barnes with the fourth pick. According to Chad Ford, "The Cavs covet Beal, but are convinced the Washington Wizards will select him with the third overall pick."
Doing so, they might be able to fill out their starting five. But as Lloyd says, it's hard to imagine any trade happening without it including Anderson Varejao. However though, according to a source familair to Sam Amico, "there is no way [the Cavs trade Varejao] considering the pittance they'd have to take back in return, wouldn't be worth it." It's possible the Cavs do it by virtue of trading this year's #24 and #33 and/or #34 as well as next year's first round pick (they have 2 of them). Keep in mind, the presumed 2013 draft class is expected to be highly inferior to this class and the Cavs have shown the propensity to make bold deals in the past. Don't be surprised to see them swing a deal to get a second lottery pick.