J.R. Smith isn't worried about contract negotiations because he's letting his agent handle everything.
J.R. Smith is still only talking with the Cavaliers, according to Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders.
J.R. Smith and the Cavaliers have remained in discussions on a multi-year agreement according to Shams Charania of The Vertical.
J.R. Smith is still negotiating with the Cavaliers, but the two sides reportedly aren't close to a deal.
J.R. Smith is reportedly looking to land a contract that will pay him roughly $15 million annually.
J.R. Smith said that he's "nervous" about choosing between re-signing with the Cavaliers or leaving for a bigger payday outside of Cleveland.
J.R. Smith is still expected to re-sign with the Cavs.
J.R. Smith hit two 3-pointers to finish Sunday's Finals-clinching victory with 12 points, four boards, two assists and one steal in 39 minutes.
J.R. Smith will not pick up his player option and will become an unrestricted free agent this summer.
J.R. Smith scored 20 points on 7-of-13 shooting during the Cavs' Game 3 blowout victory, adding four rebounds and one assist in 38 minutes of action.
J.R. Smith said he'll be looking for his shot early in Game 3.
J.R. Smith, who attempted only three shots in Game 1 vs. the Warriors, finished Sunday's blowout loss with five points on 2-of-6 shooting.
J.R. Smith was spotted with a soft wrap on his right hand while going through his pregame routine.
LeBron James said that the Cavs need to do a better job of getting J.R. Smith involved in the offense for Game 2.