Charlotte currently has the No. 2 and 31 picks in the 2012 NBA Draft. More and more rumors are coming out that Cavaliers are really interested in taking Bradley Beal but with the recent trade between the Hornets and Wizards, it's widely believed that Bradley Beal won't get past Washington at No. 3 if they don't make a move.
The Cavs have four picks (No. 4, 24, 33, 34), and those could be enticing to the Bobcats as assets should they decide to pursue both quality and quantity in this draft. It would make some sense, considering they're coming off such a horrific season (league-record-low winning percentage of .106) and need so much roster help.
And that is when the Warriors could come in, Bob Meyers can dangle the Warriors 4 picks (No. 7, 30, 35, 52) with the addition of maybe a D Wright or R Jefferson to the Bobcats for the No. 4 pick. With Hornets taking Anthony Davis at 1, Cavs taking Bradley Beal at 2, Wizards probably taking MKG at 3, Warriors could pick up Harrison Barnes or even have the choice to take Thomas Robinson with the 4th pick, that is better than anyone else the Warriors could draft with their current picks.
Charlotte would then have 8 picks (No. 7, 24, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 52). Endless possibilities for them to revamp their roster. In addition to that, at 5 Kings would take whoever falls to them between Robinson and Barnes, Portland takes Lillard at 6 and Charlotte has the chance to draft Andre Drummond with the 7th pick.