Mo of the Same
I'll fully admit that I was once a member of the Mo Williams fan club. I thought the C's should go after him when he was a free agent but then the Bucks gave him a big deal. Then Mo became one of the most frustrating players to watch. He once showed great promise as a point guard but when he gained the starting spot he proved to have a questionable hoops IQ. He masked this problem with this shooting and scoring but he never helped the Bucks win. He would end up missing a dozen or so games every year and basically just panned out to be a very good backup but not the PG of the future (nor the present).
In essense, he's a lot like Larry Hughes minus the defense.
So while some pundits and fans might laud this deal as just what the Cavs need, it's really just more of the same for Danny Ferry. The Cavalier defense is going to struggle if Mo And Wally World are ever on the floor together and opposing point guards are now going to have an even easier time against the Cavs. Rajon Rondo will have his way this coming season against the Cavs. IMO, the only way this trade works is if Mo takes over the backup PG spot and help out the second unit offensively.
Danny Ferry has one again made the big name acquisition who really doesn't do anything to help the Cavs. Even worse, the team could have used Joe Smith's shooting and if he's bought out, I wouldn't be surpised to see the Celtics make a run at him in order to replace PJ Brown.