Bradley Beal is probably the hottest name in the 2012 NBA Draft right now, shooting up on various teams draft boards. Rumor had it that the Cleveland Cavaliers are prepared to draft Beal if he gets that far. Sports Illustrated seems to confirm that Beal is their guy, and a deal for the Bobcats No. 2 overall pick might be in play. The Cavaliers have two first-round picks (#4, #24), as well as two very high second round picks (#33, #34).
According to Sam Amick from Sports Illustrated:
As Charlotte continues to ponder its decision at No. 2, numerous executives expect the Bobcats to be approached by Cleveland (No. 4) about the possibility of swapping picks (if it hasn't happened already) in order for the Cavaliers to land Florida shooting guard Bradley Beal. While Cavs point guard Kyrie Irving is known to be a huge proponent of drafting North Carolina small forward Harrison Barnes, it appears Beal has shot up their big board just as he has so many others, and it's widely believed that he won't get past Washington at No. 3 if they don't make a move.