My first reaction to the Cavs trade is that it was a good one.
Baron Davis for Mo Williams is an easy choice with the way Williams has performed this season. He never lived up to being the Robin to LeBron James' Batman.
Now Davis has had his ups and downs in his career too but he has to be considered an upgrade. He does carry a hefty salary. That Jamario Moon was dealt, again, no surprise. He really didn't fit into Byron Scott's plans.
But the big prize is at least a top 10 pick in the first round. In the end, it can be said that the Cavs are paying about $10 million to add a second choice early in the draft.
That is the prize of doing business, I would say.