Perfect fits in the NBA draft

Updated: June 25, 2013, 4:21 PM ET
By Jeff Goodman

By now, you've read mock draft upon mock draft projecting what each NBA team will do with its pick.

But now, we'll give you 12 matches made in heaven. Twelve ideal fits. Twelve teams that could have fairly easy decisions when they get on the clock to make their selection. We start it off with Cleveland Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant, who has the unenviable task of selecting first overall this year.

Pick: No. 1

Cleveland -- Alex Len

While many have assumed Grant will go with Nerlens Noel, who is one of the elite shot-blockers to come around in the past decade, the 7-foot Ukranian who spent the past two seasons at Maryland is better suited to succeed with the Cavs. Cleveland already has a couple of fairly unskilled frontline guys in Anderson Varejao and Tristan Thompson. They don't need another with the addition of Noel. Len would give them someone Kyrie Irving could throw the ball to in the post, and also could do wonders for Cleveland's floor spacing, offering Irving and Dion Waiters more room to drive. Grant then could go after the team's biggest need, a scoring wing, with the 19th overall pick.