Now Orlando needs to win the lottery, which they always do, and trade down to someone who's desperate for Nerlens Noel. Make sure that trade includes dumping a bad contract (Big Baby or Al Harrington would qualify as movable bad contracts.) Then take Ben McLemore or Trey Burke. Draft another one of the incredible guard prospects next year and they'll have enough cap space to sign two max free agents in order to address perceived weaknesses (Rim protection, individual defense, shooting) Possible 2014 targets in my opinion include Paul George, Luol Dang, and Greg Monroe. . This rebuild could be complete by 2014-2015, right as Miami's big three is splitting up. Hennigan is making it look easy.
Honestly people keep underestimating this team, as if it will take 5 years to compete for a championship. I think it's realistic to see us as the youngest, most talented, most versatile team in the east by 2014-2015. There are certainly teams in the West that are ahead of us in this progression and are perhaps even more sustainable (OKC comes to mind) but the flaws in the east are overwhelmingly apparent and there will be a void there as soon as the Heat are inevitably dismantled. It seems too good to be true and perhaps it is. Or maybe Hennigan is just that good.