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James Harden of the U.S dunks against New Zealand during the Group C Basketball World Cup match, in Bilbao northern Spain, Tuesday. The 2014 Basketball World Cup competition take place in various cities in Spain from last Aug. 30 through to Sept. 14. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)
United States's Rudy Gay, jumps between New Zealand's Thomas Abercrombie, and Isaac Fotu during the Group C Baskerld Cup match, in Bilbao northern Spain, Tuesday. The 2014 Basketball World Cup competition take place in various cities in Spain from Aug. 30 through to Sept. 14. United States won 98-71. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)
CHICAGO: LeBron James dismissed any problems facing the Cavaliers following their second troubling loss in as many games Thursday when the Cavaliers lost to the Clippers. Lose three straight, James reasoned, and there’s something to talk about.