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Report: J.R. Smith, Cavs agree on 4-year deal

Guess who's back. Back again.

The shirtless wonder J.R. Smith and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed on a deal for four years worth $57 million keeping the Cavaliers championship nucleus intact.

With Smith's holdout running all the way through training camp, and a little over a week until the Cavaliers begin their defense of their championship signing the sharpshooting Smith was a top priority.

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Bringing an end to most drama-free holdout in NBA history, #Cavs have reached 4-year deal with JR Smith. ESPN reports it's for $57M.

— Sam Amico (@AmicoHoops) October 15, 2016

Not that signing Smith was a huge surprise. He has been seen out and around Cleveland from cheering on the Cleveland Indians during the ALDS with his--at that time--former teammates

My brothers in the house tonight!

ALDS Game 2. #RallyTogether #ALLin216 pic.twitter.com/mf41gFBmPV

— Rhett Wennes (@rcwennes) October 7, 2016

To being honored at the Cleveland City Council for his charity work.

So @TheRealJRSmith was at tonight's Cleveland City Council meeting, being honored for his work with Down Syndrome. Nice job @KerryMcCormack1 pic.twitter.com/w6Vo5tUIrt

— Brendan M (@BMacinCle) October 10, 2016

The popular Smith was a key contributor in the Cavaliers' run to the franchise's first championship winning over Cleveland fans' hearts with his incredible shot-making ability, tough defense and his penchant for going shirtless.