The Cleveland Cavaliers played Sunday afternoon’s game against the Charlotte Hornets without guard J.R. Smith, who was dealing with an ankle injury. The Cavs defeated the Hornets 100-93 as Mike Dunleavy started in Smith’s place. However, Dunleavy had a very bad as well as ineffective game, and it seems as if he’s still finding his stroke and spots with the team.

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Although he had a day off before the Cavs take on the Toronto Raptors, Smith is unable to go on Tuesday.

Instead of starting Mike Dunleavy, however, the Cavs will be starting Richard Jefferson.