JR Smith Wants To Be Traded Out of Cleveland

JR Smith Wants To Be Traded Out of Cleveland

JR Smith Wants To Be Traded Out of Cleveland

Smith was one of the last players to leave the Cavs' shootaround today and said "it's hard" to come to work with a positive attitude.

"On or about June 17, 2018, then Cavaliers Head Coach Tyronn Lue left Coach Boylan a voicemail, informing him his employment would end, in which Coach Lue said: "Jimbo, what's up, yo?"

"I just worry about what I can control, worry about being a good vet to these young guys who are playing", Smith said.

Smith has averaged 12.5 points on.419 shooting, 3.2 boards and 2.1 assists a game in 964 career contests with the New Orleans Hornets, Denver Nuggets, New York Knicks and Cavs. "They don't want me, so they obviously know".

The five-time All-Star signed a four-year, $120 million contract extension this summer. "And he said he does not want to pick the option up for I guess it's 500 or - I'm not sure".

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The 33-year-old reportedly refused to be away from the team when given the option by the front office, remaining with the rest of his teammates despite the Cavs' plan to make the most of their youth by maximizing their floor time this season. "I can't do that to these fans, I can't do it to the city".

Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com also sheds some light on the discussions the team is having internally about a potential deal for Smith and if he formally came to request a trade.

Smith still serves a role as a three-point specialist, which means he still has a place in this league even as he enters his 15th season.

"The Cleveland Cavaliers had an 'option, ' in its sole discretion, to extend the contract of its former Assistant Coach Jim Boylan one additional year for the 2018-2019 National Basketball Association season".

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