Report: Cavaliers Still Plan to Re-Sign Matthew Dellavedova and J.R. Smith

Despite recently signing Mo Williams, Marc Stein of reports that the Cleveland Cavaliers still plan on re-signing Matthew Dellavedova and J.R. Smith.

Reports have it that Cleveland and Dellavedova were progressing towards a multi-year deal worth somewhere between $3 million and $5 million.

The team has not given up on re-signing Smith. The veteran shooting guard has not been linked to any other teams since declining to pick up his player option worth $6.4 million for next season. Smith is looking for a slight pay raise and a multi-year deal.

Both players ended up becoming starters for Cleveland during the NBA Finals, helping the team come within two games of the first championship in franchise history. Though both players won’t be starters entering the 2015-16 season, the organization seems very intent on keeping all of the key pieces together from last season.

Considering Cavaliers Nation was deprived of how the team would have performed at full strength during the Finals, it only makes sense to bring the band back together for another run at the championship.

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