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Boozer: Facing LeBron-less Cavs 'different'

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Carlos Boozer started his career with the Cleveland Cavaliers and was a teammate of LeBron James for one season. He said it will be strange playing in Quicken Loans Arena Wednesday night without facing James.

"It'll definitely be different," Boozer said. "They're a very good team; they've got guys that can play. I've been playing against Antawn Jamison my entire career, [J.J.] Hickson's been playing great, Mo Williams is a great young point guard and [Anderson] Varejao, is always hustling, a very athletic guy.

"They have very good players. They compete every night. I know Byron Scott teams. Every Byron Scott team competes. We're looking forward to playing them."

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He obviously hasn't seen the highlights of the last 8 games! CAVS are not good right now and play like a Junior Varsity team.

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