Smith refutes 'good bye' Facebook post

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Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith said he is a victim of hacking once again.

A post that read, "Goood Bye CAVS!!," was posted to the Facebook account of the Cavs guard, but it was quickly deleted.

Smith then tweeted out a few minutes later that he had been hacked and that he is not leaving Cleveland.

It is the second time this month Smith claimed he was hacked.

After the Cavaliers lost game three of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors, a tweet that said, "Cavs in 7," was sent from Smith's verified Twitter account, only to have the post removed. Once again, Smith said he was hacked.

Smith signed a four-year, $57million contract before last season began, so it would be a shock if he left the Cavs.