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Cavs Will Get Close Look at Their Dilemma

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The Cavaliers and their fans must resist the temptation to put themselves on the clock for LeBron James.

Not again.

As James and the Miami Heat come to Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday with a 23-game winning streak, Cavs fans can't count on a returning James saving the franchise. Instead, they must remember what it was like after the Cavs lost in the second round of the 2008 NBA playoffs.

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