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5 Things Mo Williams Brings To The Cavs

Chris Nicoll l USA TODAY Sports

It was an under-the-radar move by the standards of today’s NBA, but bringing Mo Williams back to the Cavs was a major step in their development as a complete team. With all respect to Matthew Dellavedova, the Cavs were still looking for more from the backup point guard position. Williams gives them a savvy veteran who can still score from all over the court. At this point in his career, Williams is focused on playing for teams that are built for the playoffs. Here are five ways that he helps the Cavs move toward the championship.

5. Shooting

Mo Williams is a great jump shooter. He can create his own shot in transition, or he can be effective as a catch-and-shoot floor spacer. He and JR Smith, if he is resigned, can become a very potent offensive bench duo. He will benefit by playing with guys like LeBron James and Kevin Love, who are both more gifted offensively than any of his recent teammates. His role on the Cavs could evolve into something similar to the role that Jason Terry has played as an offensive-minded backup point guard.

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