When it comes to the NBA's most desirable trade targets, one name that does not come up enough is Ramon Sessions.
Given that the Cavaliers just drafted their apparent franchise point guard Kyrie Irving and presumably want to keep veteran Baron Davis to back him up, Sessions should soon be on his way out of Cleveland.
There's no reason why Sessions shouldn't be a starting point guard in the NBA. He plays the position just as efficiently as anyone and produces elite point guard numbers when given playing time.
This is the same Ramon Sessions that dropped 20 points and 24 assists against the Bulls in one game during his rookie season. The same guy averaged 20 points per game and nine assists per game on 56 percent shooting in February as a starter despite playing on the woeful Cavaliers.
There are several teams in need of a talented starting point guard that should be in the hunt for Sessions' services, given his young age, cheap contract and breakout potential.