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The Cleveland Cavaliers will be without Mo Williams this season.

Cavs GM David Griffin told reporters Monday that the SG/PG’s agent called and told them that Mo is retiring.

Before returning to Cleveland, Williams spent three seasons with the Cavaliers from 2008-2011, where he averaged 16.2 points, 5.1 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 33.6 minutes and was selected a 2009 NBA All-Star.

He signed a two year deal for $4.3 million last season and took over duties for Kyrie Irving while he worked to come back from a season-ending injury. Dealing with knee issues himself, Williams was limited to 41 regular-season games, averaging 8.2-points.



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