J.R. Smith is expected to meet with the Cavs and is "prepared for the possibility that he could make less than the $6.4 million he walked away from," according to Joe Vardon the Plain Dealer.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cavaliers were not "thrilled" with J.R. Smith's decision to turn down his player option for $6.4 million.
The Cavs have interest in bringing back JR Smith if the club can "find a way to make it work."
Cavs' GM David Griffin said that there's interest in bringing back J.R. Smith as a free agent this offseason, but only if it's "the right situation" for Cleveland.
J.R. Smith has opted out of his contract and will become a free agent.
Some executives around the league believe that if J.R. Smith does opt out and become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, that he'll be looking for at least a three-year deal.
J.R. Smith told ESPN's Chris Broussard that he will likely opt out of the final year of his contract.
J.R. Smith hit 5-of-15 shots (4-of-14 3PTs) for 14 points, seven boards, one steal and two blocks in 36 minutes off the bench in Sunday's Game 5 loss.
LeBron James said that J.R. Smith needs to keep his head up and continue to be aggressive on offense.
LeBron James said there are no lineup changes coming for the Cavs in Game 5.
J.R Smith missed all eight attempts from behind the arc in a Game 4 loss on Thursday, scoring four points with two rebounds, two assists and four fouls in 28 minutes.
J.R. Smith said the Cavaliers know their roles and don't go outside their boundaries.
J.R. Smith lamented "dumb fouls and turnovers" in the Cavs Game 2 overtime win over the Warriors.
J.R. Smith fouled out of Sunday's clutch road win with 13 points, four rebounds, one steal and two turnovers in 38 minutes.