Report: J.R. Smith, Cavs agree on 4-year deal
Guess who's back. Back again.
The shirtless wonder J.R. Smith and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed on a deal for four years worth $57 million keeping the Cavaliers championship nucleus intact.
With Smith's holdout running all the way through training camp, and a little over a week until the Cavaliers begin their defense of their championship signing the sharpshooting Smith was a top priority.
Not that signing Smith was a huge surprise. He has been seen out and around Cleveland from cheering on the Cleveland Indians during the ALDS with his–at that time–former teammates
To being honored at the Cleveland City Council for his charity work.
The popular Smith was a key contributor in the Cavaliers' run to the franchise's first championship winning over Cleveland fans' hearts with his incredible shot-making ability, tough defense and his penchant for going shirtless.
Bringing an end to most drama-free holdout in NBA history, #Cavs have reached 4-year deal with JR Smith. ESPN reports it's for $57M.
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