J.R. Smith can again launch away for the Cavaliers.
After sitting out most of training camp, the free agent shooting guard re-signed Saturday with the defending NBA champions, who now have all their starting pieces in place to begin defending their title.
Smith made a franchise record 204 three-pointers last season and was a major contributor during the Cavaliers' run to the first championship by a Cleveland team since 1964. His agents were in a stalemate with the Cavaliers for weeks, unable to come to terms on a deal to keep him in Cleveland.
But the sides were able to come to terms Friday on a four-year, $57-million contract, a person...