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Don't Be Surprised If Cleveland Cavaliers Start Season with Post-Finals Hangover

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavaliers will open the 2016-17 season as champions of the NBA, which apparently does not preclude controversy. Two bodies were noticeably absent at the Cavs ' media day. One, J.R. Smith, is still trying to get contract numbers right with the team. His return for the regular season is expected. But Mo Williams will not return at all. General manager David Griffin announced on Monday that the 13-year veteran will retire less than a week after Williams declared just the opposite.
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