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Cavaliers Projected Pick: Kyrie Irving
Baron Davis has done quite a bit of moving around in the past year.
He began last season playing point guard for the upstart Los Angeles Clippers. Davis then found himself in the middle of the All-Star Weekend festivities, assisting on the dunk that would land Blake Griffin the 2011 NBA Slam Dunk title.
Then it went downhill.
Davis was dealt to the Cleveland Cavaliers and found himself stuck in basketball purgatory.
Now, he may be set to make another move: to the bench.
While Davis battled with Ramon Sessions for the starting point guard job upon his move to Cleveland, he still managed to start nine of 15 games over his counterpart.
However, that number is certain to drop with the impending arrival of first-overall-pick, Kyrie Irving.
Irving has been billed as a future star point guard in the NBA, and the Cavaliers will give him every chance to prove that theory accurate from day one.
That means a reduction of minutes for the veteran Davis, who will then have one of two choices to make.
He can take the young star under his wing and show him what it means to be a professional, or he can sulk and demand a trade.
For the sake of the Cleveland Cavaliers, who have already been mired in their fair share of drama, let's hope Davis chooses the former.