10 Best Available Three-Point Shooters the Cleveland Cavaliers Could Sign This Offseason

Assuming LeBron James re-signs with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the near future, the roster’s likely starting five will be in place: Kyrie Irving, Iman Shumpert, James, Kevin Love and Timofey Mozgov. As the team looks to fill out bench positions, the addition of a three-point shooter is a necessity. Cleveland finished the 2014-15 season second in the NBA in three-point shot attempts...
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Report: Cavaliers Still Plan to Re-Sign Matthew Dellavedova and J.R. Smith

Despite recently signing Mo Williams, Marc Stein of ESPN.com reports that the Cleveland Cavaliers still plan on re-signing Matthew Dellavedova and J.R. Smith. Reports have it that Cleveland and Dellavedova were progressing towards a multi-year deal worth somewhere between $3 million and $5 million. Sources say Cavs remain intent on signing restricted free agent Matthew Dellavedova...
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Cleveland Cavaliers sign G Mo Williams, plus free agency buzz

The Cleveland Cavaliers signed a familiar face to the team late Monday night in guard Mo Williams. The 32-year old shooter played multiple seasons with LeBron earlier in his career at the Cavs, even earning a couple All-Star appearances. Nowadays he comes to the Cavs at a discount, a two-year $4.3 million dollar deal according to sources. Despite his age, he completed a 50-point...
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Top 5 recruits Dannis Smith Jr, Michael Porter play 1-on-1

Point guard Dennis Smith Jr. from Trinity Christian school in Fayetteville, NC and small forward Michael Porter Jr. from Father Tolton Catholic High School in Columbia, MO were both present at the Steph Curry SC 30 camp last week. At some point during the camp, the two top five recruits — 2016’s top point guard and 2017’s top wing respectively — faced off in an intense game...
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Should the Cleveland Cavaliers Bring Back J.R. Smith?

Amid speculation that the Cleveland Cavaliers are targeting a trade for shooting guard/small forward Joe Johnson, the team still has the possibility of bringing back enigmatic swingman J.R. Smith to the squad. Smith, who opted out of the final year of his $6.4 million contract, has expressed an interest in returning to Cleveland under a multi-year deal. According to Steve Kyler of...
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Video: 5-star recruit nutmegs defender, nails monster dunk

If you want to make an impression, why not make it in front of the best? That’s exactly what 5-star PG Dennis Smith Jr. did when he went through a defender’s legs and dunked it while NBA MVP Steph Curry looked on. This was being held at the inaugural SC30 Select Camp hosted in San Francisco from June 29-July 2. Camps like this are a great opportunity to have fun and refine your...
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Video: 5-Star PG Dennis Smith Jr. Goes Through Defender’s Legs For A Dunk, Impresses Steph Curry

Point guard Dennis Smith Jr. is one of the top uncommitted players in the class of 2016, and at NBA MVP Steph Curry’s camp, he showed why. The five-star out of North Carolina dribbled the ball through his defender’s legs in a one-on-one game, corralled it behind him, and converted with an emphatic dunk. He impressed the Golden State Warriors star in the process. Check it out...
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After Arron Afflalo signing, what’s next for NY Knicks?

I was less than 10 minutes away from hitting publish on an earlier blog post which went into grave detail about the New York Knicks failing to make a splash during an extremely frenzied NBA Free Agency Day 1. I likened the Knicks to the hopelessly unathletic kid in gym class who is habitually picked last.  It was pretty fantastic. And then I received a breaking news alert that...
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Cavs on verge of shattering NBA's luxury tax record

With Wednesday’s flurry of long-term contracts, fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers now have a clearer picture of what the team will look like during the 2015-16 season. As many hoped, it will look very much like the team that finished last regular season on a 33-3 tear, thanks in no small part to Dan Gilbert’s spending. We’ve seen the reported figures for Kevin Love, Tristan...
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Cavs reportedly nearing $80 million deal with Tristan Thompson

It’s starting to get real, guys. Kevin Love declared today that he would stay in Cleveland, and word is that the Cavs are growing closer to locking up Tristan Thompson (on Canada Day, no less!) to a long-term, big money deal. From ESPN’s Marc Stein: ESPN sources tell @WindhorstESPN & I that Cavs and Tristan Thompson are nearing agreement on deal that will pay the RFA in...
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Unfinished Business: Kevin Love is staying in Cleveland

Writing letters declaring your free agency intentions is the new black. Kevin Love has been on a GQ cover, so it’s only fitting that he said that he’s staying in Cleveland in the most fashionable way possible. Love penned a first person essay (albeit a brief one) for The Players Tribune entitled “Unfinished Business,” telling the world that he isn’t going anywhere. Here...
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Has J.R. Smith Played His Last Game for the Cleveland Cavaliers?

With the onslaught of free agent negotiations the Cleveland Cavaliers have to deal with beginning on Wednesday, the most intriguing decision the team needs to make will be regarding the status of shooting guard J.R. Smith. Smith, who had the opportunity to opt out of his deal with the Cavaliers that would have paid him $6.4 million next season, has just done that and is reportedly seeking...
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Cavs Rumors: J.R. Smith Looking for Three-Year Deal Worth $24 Million

After opting out of his 6.4 million dollar player option for the 2015-16 season, J.R. Smith is looking for a new contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers for 2016 and beyond. J.R. Smith looking for a 3 year deal starting around $8M per year according to a league source. #Cavs — Probasketballdraft (@Probballdraft) June 28, 2015 The Cavs acquired Smith via trade from the New York...
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J.R. Smith Declines Option for 2015-16 Season

This is probably good news for the Cleveland Cavaliers. According to general manager David Griffin, guard J.R. Smith has declined his $6.4 million player option for the 2015-16 season. J.R. Smith has declined player option to test free agency, GM David Griffin says. — Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) June 26, 2015 While Smith did help propel the Cavaliers to the NBA Finals, it became...
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Cavs News: J.R. Smith Opts Out of Contract, Expected to Return

After having previously indicated that he would likely opt out of his 2015-16 contract for $6.4 million with the Cleveland Cavaliers, veteran guard J.R. Smith did just that on Wednesday, according to a tweet from Shams Charania of RealGM.com, though the move could conceivably backfire on Smith. Cavs’ J.R. Smith has opted out of $6 million-plus deal for 2015-16 to become a free...
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Cavs’ J.R. Smith opts out to test free agency, wants to return to Cleveland

It’s that time of year: NBA Players exercise their rights to opt out of their current contracts in hopes of securing deals that either pay them more or provide them security over a longer period of time. For Cleveland Cavaliers swingman J.R. Smith, it may be a product of both. According to Shams Charania, Smith has opted out of his $6.4 million player option and will look to cash...
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Cavaliers, J.R. Smith Have Mutual Interest On New Deal

J.R. Smith has opted out of his $6.5 million deal for the 15-16 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, sources tell RealGM. The Cavaliers and Smith have mutual interest in a return. Smith was acquired by the Cavaliers in January from the New York Knicks.
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Sacramento Kings are now the NBA's new laughingstock

It was about two decades ago that the Golden State Warriors started their downward spiral to the cellar of the NBA world. A combination of horrible front office management, disastrous player personnel decisions and a revolving door of head coaches led the team into the abyss of constant struggle. It took 20 years, but the Warriors are back on top as NBA champions. They have also...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Has J.R. Smith played his last game as a Cleveland Cavalier?

J.R. Smith In case you’re are living under a rock, by now you know the Golden State Warriors have been crowned NBA Champions. Which means no ring for LeBron James and his followers. By followers, I mean NBA players who had no intention of signing with the Cavaliers until James declared he would return to his home state. Granted some players found themselves in Cleveland via trade...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavs News: J.R. Smith Expected to Opt Out of Contract

With the 2014-15 season now officially at an end, the roster for next season’s edition of the Cleveland Cavaliers begins to take shape, with veteran guard J.R. Smith apparently indicating that he’ll opt out of his contract for next season. ESPN’s Chris Broussard tweeted after Tuesday night’s Game 6 loss to the Golden State Warriors that Smith had told him that he would opt...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

J.R. Smith expected to opt out of deal with Cavaliers

Kyle Terada- USA Today SportsJ.R. Smith was acquired mid-season by the Cleveland Cavaliers, and ended up turning his career around a bit under the leadership of LeBron James. He was a big part of the Cavaliers’ playoff push as well, but unfortunately they were unable to knock off the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. That being said, Chris Broussard has reported that Smith...
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Reports: J.R. Smith’s Future with Cavaliers in Flux

The Cleveland Cavaliers fell in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, and now the team might lose its three-point specialist. Following the 105-97 defeat to the now-champion Golden State Warriors, Cavaliers shooting guard J.R. Smith said he planned to opt out of the final year of his contract, per ESPN’s Chris Broussard. JR Smith told me he'll probably opt out of the final year, $6.4...
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WATCH: JR Smith exits NBA Finals on PhunkeeDuck scooter

Like his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates, J.R. Smith was very disappointed while exiting Quicken Loans Arena after a Game 6 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night. But unlike the rest, Smith rode out in style. Smith made his way out of the Cavs locker room riding a PhunkeeDuck Scooter, which you can read...Read More
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

JR Smith leaving on a Phunkee Duck set to Charlie Brown music

There you have it
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Smith ends season with sad, slow ride on his PhunkeeDuck

Remember when J.R. Smith caught the NBA world’s eye with his PhunkeeDuck, the motorized skateboard-type gadget that carried him to the locker room before Game 4 in style? At that moment, Smith and his Cleveland Cavaliers held a 2-1 lead over the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. A lot has changed in five days. Of course, the Warriors won the series’ next three games, which...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss
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