Hello everyone and welcome to today's 'Fear the Newsletter', where we get back in the swing of things after a long break.
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- Chris Manning (@cwmwrites), Editor at Fear the Sword
Here's a quick rundown of every Fear the Sword story posted yesterday during media day:
- David Griffin announces that Mo Williams has retired
- David Griffin says that the Cavs have made a 'highly competitive' offer to J.R. Smith
- Cavs have contacted Kirk Hinrich, Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole
- Cavs sign Jonthan Holmes to complete training camp roster
If you want to read a full recap of the day's events - including talk about potential protests - you can read a full recap here. There's also a new episode of 'Locked on Cavaliers' out now on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever else you listen to podcasts.
If you're looking for some more good Cavs reads, check out our entire #CavsRank series here. Every Cav, from James Jones to LeBron James, was ranked from No. 14 all the way up to No. 1.
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What to read today: The Ringer's Kevin O'Connor on the 76ers' frontcourt situation, Complex's Russ Bengston on Allen Iverson, 'I used to be a human being' by New York Magazine's Andrew Sullivan, The Impossibility of Kevin Garnett by Free Darko and Gregg Poppovich's comments on possible protests
That's it for today. We'll talk to you tomorrow.