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LeBron James wants his playing time reduced
LeBron James wants his playing time reduced

LeBron James wants his playing time reduced. But can the Cleveland Cavaliers and first-year Coach David Blatt afford to decrease the minutes played by their all-world small forward? James actually wants the minutes of all of Cleveland's Big Three, which also includes guard Kyrie Irving and power forward Kevin Love, to come down. James is averaging 39.1 minutes per game this season, the third-most in the NBA behind Oklahoma City’s Reggie Jackson (40.6) and Chicago’s Jimmy Butler (40.3). Irving is fourth (38.4) and Love is fifth (37.0). The reality is that the Cavaliers need James on the court, and that’s why he has played at least 40 minutes per game in seven of...

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