NBA Draft Grades: Cavs Marked As 'Loser' After Adding Dion Waiters, Tyler Zeller

SB Nation Studios covered the 2012 NBA Draft from Walt Frazier's restaurant on Thursday night as David Stern announced the incoming class of rookies across the river in Newark. Andrew Sharp, Bomani Jones, and Dan Grunfeld joined Amy K. Nelson to weigh in after the draft to hand out some winners and losers on Thursday night.

Chris Grant's decision to take Dion Waiters with the No. 4 pick was the first big shake-up and definitely received mixed reviews. Both Sharp and Grunfeld tabbed the Cavs as reaching for Waiters at four, and Sharp was also critical of the move to give up three picks for Tyler Zeller. Video of their winners and losers after the jump:

For more on the Cavaliers and their 2012 Draft, stay tuned to SB Nation Cleveland's StoryStream. For all your Cavs news, discussion, and analysis, visit Fear The Sword. And for all your Draft analysis, visit SB Nation's dedicated NBA Draft hub.

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