Call it a fresh chapter, or maybe closure, for former Cavaliers Mo Williams and Jamario Moon and possibly the start of a healthy finish for Eric Gordon.

Williams and Moon are facing Cleveland for the first time since they were traded to the Clippers last month in the Baron Davis deal. And Saturday represents a return to action for Gordon, who has played only one complete game since Jan. 22 when he sprained his right wrist.

"It won't be hard," Williams said Friday. "Our competitive juices are going to get going. Just like at practice. I try to kill them in practice and I'm going to try to kill them in the game tomorrow."

Moon hit on a similar theme.

"I didn't want to leave my teammates in Cleveland. We had bonded real good," he said. "It's like going back to play against your brothers. Being in the new position, I've got a chance to make it a new beginning."

How will it be playing against them?

"Oh it's going to be fun," Moon said. "You've got siblings? You know how it is when you go in and compete against them. You always want to beat them at whatever you're doing."

Moon and Williams have fully embraced their new life with the Clippers, and the Southern California weather. Still, Moon spoke glowingly about Cavaliers' owner Dan Gilbert and said he had talked to former General Manager Danny Ferry earlier in the day, and Ferry had offered a recommendation regarding a Cleveland real estate agent.

"I was [first] sad but at the same time you look at the bright side of it," Williams said. "I told [Cavaliers GM] Chris [Grant], 'You could have sent me lot worse places.' And I respected him looking out for my best interest."

Gordon, the Clippers' leading scorer, reinjured his right wrist March 5 and has missed six games. Not only have the Clippers missed his scoring but also his attitude. Gordon summarily dismissed the idea that the Clippers have been tired of late.