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Predicting Cleveland Cavaliers' Final 15-Man 2016-17 Roster

For a team riding a championship wave, the Cleveland Cavaliers have plenty of mystery surrounding their final 15-man roster. Starting shooting guard J.R. Smith remains unsigned, with plenty of young guards now fighting to earn his minutes. No Matthew Dellavedova (free agency) or Mo Williams (retirement) also means a battle for backup point guard duties behind Kyrie Irving.
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