Cleveland Cavaliers and former New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith told NBA.com that he is happy to be in Cleveland, and enjoys that the city has fewer distractions than New York City.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith was accused of choking a 19-year-old near the popular New York nightclub 1 Oak, according to The New York Daily News. Smith's attorney, Alex Spiro, told ESPN the allegations are "absolutely false." ...read more
The Cavaliers and J.R. Smith have agreed to a deal to bring the prolific shooting guard back to Cleveland, making him the sixth player to re-sign with the team this offseason. ...read more
J.R Smith announces he will re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers via the Uninterrupted. ...read more