Baron Davis Trade: Clippers and Cavaliers Make Deal, Mo Williams Heads to LA

Liam CallahanContributor IFebruary 24, 2011

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The Los Angeles Clippers and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed on a deal that would send Baron Davis to Cleveland, according to published reports.

The deal is a three-player deal with Davis and the Clippers' 2011 unprotected first-round pick going to Cleveland in exchange for Mo Williams and Jamario Moon.

Davis is set to make $13.9 million next season and has a $14.9 million player option for the following year. Williams will make $8.5 million for the next two seasons, and each year has an option, a player option and then early termination. Moon's deal, worth $3 million, expires after this season.