9:07 AM EDT, Sat July 23, 2016
Chronicle-Telegram Jul 7, 2016

Cavs trade for Dunleavy, re-sign Jefferson

Dwyane Wade never came close to joining the Cavaliers, but he agreed to contract terms with his hometown Chicago Bulls late Wednesday, which led to Cleveland acquiring sharpshooting small forward Mike Dunleavy for next to nothing. Minutes after the Dunleavy trade broke, Cavs small forward Richard Jefferson announced on his Snapchat account that he had Read More...
Plain Dealer Jul 6, 2016

Richard Jefferson announces he's returning to Cleveland on a two-year deal

Free agent forward Richard Jefferson announced he's re-signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Fear The Sword Jul 6, 2016

NBA Free Agency: Richard Jefferson snaps that he re-signed with the Cavs

Richard Jefferson announces that he’ll be back with the Cavs next season. Richard Jefferson apparently isn’t retiring after all. Per a post on his Snapchat story, Jefferson has signed at two-year deal with the Cavs. At this time, no other details are available. Here is the photo Jefferson posted: After the Cavs won the title, Jefferson said that he was retiring, but then walked it back at the championship parade in Cleveland. Soon after, it was reported that he not only was going to return, but wanted to play 2-3 more seasons. With the Cavs also acquiring Mike Dunleavy...
Fear The Sword Jun 29, 2016

2015-16 Cleveland Cavaliers player review: Richard Jefferson finally comes out on top

Richard Jefferson comes through when he's needed most For a lot of the season, it wasn't clear Richard Jefferson had much left in the tank. The Cavaliers outscored opponents by 5.8 points per 100 possessions during the regular season as a team. When Jefferson played, they were actually outscored by 2.3 points per 100 possessions over 1326 minutes. Offensively, he was fine. He made over 38 percent of his three point attempts on a small usage and as a savvy veteran didn't take anything off the table. His defense was problematic. But much of the criticism that plagued Jefferson during the...
Fear The Sword Jun 28, 2016

Richard Jefferson isn’t retiring, wants to play 2-3 more years

Richard Jefferson reportedly plans on continuing his NBA career. Richard Jefferson, as it turns, out isn’t done with basketball yet. According to Chris Mannix of The Vertical, Jefferson isn’t retiring and also wants to playing 2-3 more years in the NBA. After the Cavs won the title, Jefferson said immediately after in the locker room that he was retiring, but walked it back a bit at the Cavs’ championship parade. Not only is Richard Jefferson not retiring, he's looking to play 2-3 more years, sources told @TheVertical. RJ coming off strong year in CLE— Chris Mannix...
Plain Dealer Jun 24, 2016

The legend of Lil' Kev is real: Hundreds show up to meet Cavaliers' Richard Jefferson and his trusty sidekick

Lil' Kev's popularity grew as Jefferson chronicled their adventures on his Snapchat account. He said it actually brought the team closer together, as the behind-the-scenes posts on social media erased questions about team unity.

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