The Washington Wizards are set to "welcome" LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Verizon Center for their second meeting of the season. The outcome will not be as one-sided as the first, as Antawn Jamison makes his season debut against the Cavs. With LeBron coming to town now, and his impending free agency next summer, it is difficult to overlook the potential impact on the Wizards. á The Fact James and the Cavaliers have had the Wizards' number in recent memory. In the playoffs, Cleveland with LeBron has won 12 of 16 against the Wizards. But in the regular season, the Cavs with LeBron are 11-11 against Washington. Cleveland already owns a 12 point victory over Washington this season, but the score does little justice to how badly the Wizards played. Good thing this isn't the p ...
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