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When general manager Danny Ferry landed the Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Maurice "Mo" Williams for the low cost of Damon Jones and Joe Smith, I was ecstatic. We had traded away an abysmal team for Delonte West, Wally Szczerbiak, Ben Wallace, and Smith halfway through the season the year before. We rid ourselves of a three-point specialist and an aging backup for a bonafide starting point guard. Lost in everything was Daniel Gibson. Since being drafted 42nd overall in the 2006 NBA Draft, a lot of thought had been put into Gibson. The man, in just his fourth year in the NBA, already has one hell of a track record. • His 31 points against the Pistons in game six of the Eastern Conference final of his rookie season ('06-'07) were the most points by a rookie in the playoffs since Magi ...

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