Baron Davis is now a member of the team with the worst record in the NBA.
Just when it looked as if he would be a major part of turning the Clippers back into a winning franchise, Davis was shipped to the LeBron James Graveyard of Lost Dreams in Cleveland for fellow point guard and former All-Star, Mo Williams.
Davis had been playing inspired basketball since coming back from an early-season injury. He was the quarterback on the league's best quick-strike alley-oop tandem.
How Blake Griffin feels about this move is uncertain, but he definitely benefited from Davis' inspired play over the course of the last few months.
Let's explore what this move means for Blake Griffin and the Clippers.