The Cleveland Cavaliers attempted to acquire a third top-10 pick in the 2011 NBA Draft with Klay Thompson as the target, according to a source.
The Cavaliers selected Kyrie Irving first overall, followed by Tristan Thompson at No. 4.
The Cavaliers discussed a deal involving J.J. Hickson for the No. 7 pick, but the Sacramento Kings did a different deal with the Milwaukee Bucks.
Another option was a deal with the Utah Jazz for No. 12, but the Golden State Warriors selected Thompson at No. 11.