2011 NBA Draft: Kyrie Irving's Impact on Cleveland's Point Guards
Anytime a team drafts a player first overall in the NBA Draft, they are investing their entire franchise on the pick.
Kyrie Irving is going to start for the Cleveland Cavaliers next season. The only problem for the Cavaliers is that the team already has two veterans at the point guard position, Ramon Sessions and Baron Davis.
According to Yahoo! Sports Adrian Wojnarowski, the team is already looking to trade one of the two players.
Cleveland has engaged in talks to trade Davis this week, but there's nothing in the works, sources say.
So who should the Cavaliers keep of these two players? I actually think they should keep Baron Davis and ship out Ramon Sessions. Davis is still playing at a high level and has playoff experience Cleveland could desperately use.
There's nothing that Kyrie Irving could learn from Ramon Sessions. But he could learn a great deal from Baron Davis. Barring a lucrative trade package, the Cavaliers would be wise to keep Davis around and possibly pair the two on the court for a few years while Irving grows into the franchise player they hope he will be.
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