I am really surprised to see people so positive about this trade for the Cavs future. Not only did they give up a 1st round pick, but over the next two years, the Cavs are north of $100 Million without including Lebron's salary or Rodney Hood's upcoming deal. If they are able to keep both players, they may push $150 Million without even taking into consideration luxury tax dollars. With just Hood and no Lebron, that is a very weak roster with little potential to compete.
In Shumpert and Crowder, they traded away just over $18M next season and $7.8M in 19-20. However, just in Hill and Clarkson, they are taking in approximately $31.5M over both of the next two seasons. And if they decide to keep Hood, that number skyrockets.
I understand that this is good for camaraderie and that the Cavs now have a puncher's chance of reaching the Finals, but over the long haul, this seems like a horrible way to start the future. Hey, at least they have the BKN pick, because if Lebron leaves, that is the only high pick they will have for the forseeable future. All the while paying an enormous amount of money to a pretty mediocre team.