G Ramon Sessions doesn't want to become an NBA vagabond.
On the other hand, he wouldn't mind being a starter at some point in his career. Like everyone else in the NBA, he's anxiously awaiting the March 15 trade deadline.
He'd love to know whether he'll remain with the Cavaliers or move to his fourth NBA team in the last five years. Despite being stuck behind Rookie of the Year candidate Kyrie Irving, sources say he has not asked to be traded.
The Cavs (13-21) are trying to add a second first-round pick in the talent-rich 2012 draft. Sources indicate that the Cavs might be able to get a first-rounder in exchange for Sessions.
Sessions is having a solid season as Irving's backup, as he has averaged 10.3 points, 3.3 rebounds and a team-high 5.3 assists. He has been shooting a career-low 38.8 percent from the field, 41.7 percent from the three-point arc and a career-high 82.9 percent from the foul line.
He started at point guard in the Cavs' 112-91 loss to Chicago on Friday. He fi...