The Cavs officially re-signed J.R. Smith on Wednesday.
J.R. Smith reportedly received a no-trade clause as part of his new deal with the Cavs.
J.R. Smith will re-sign with the Cavs on a two-year deal with the first year worth $5 million.
According to Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, J.R. Smith is still expected to re-sign with the Cavaliers.
It is reportedly just a matter of time before J.R. Smith and the Cavaliers agree to a new deal.
The Cavs are reportedly still interested in bringing J.R. Smith back to Cleveland.
J.R. Smith said he wants to join a team where he can "make a difference."
In a recent interview, Knicks president Phil Jackson said he traded J.R. Smith because he wasn't helping the team's culture.
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.