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Could soon-to-be free agents (and friends) LeBron James and Dwyane Wade team up?
Cavs beat the Heat at the Q; extend winning streak to 10 games.
by WKSU's AMANDA RABINOWITZ


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The Cleveland Cavs have their longest winning streak of the season at 10 games. Thursday night, LeBron James got the best of Dwyane Wade - his friend and another player at the top of this year's extraordinary class of free agents. It gave the Cavs their third win over the Heat this season.
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LeBron is alright and am i the only one comenting on this article because I want someone to see and respond back to me with there opinion.


Posted by: Kick (Menhaber) on February 6, 2010 5:02PM
My top basketball player are 1.) Dwyane Wade and at number 2.) Derrick Rose.


Posted by: Kick (Menhaber) on February 6, 2010 5:00PM
I think D-Wade and LeBron James should both go to the Bulls with Derrick Rose as point, D-Wade at shooting guard and LeBron James at samll forward. Noah and Deng will be forward/center.


Posted by: Kick (Menhaber) on February 6, 2010 4:59PM
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