The Cleveland Cavaliers have lost eight games in a row and travel to Miami to play the Heat on Wednesday night for the second time this season. When asked if he feels bad about his former team's struggles, Heat center Zydrunas Ilgauskas said he didn't have any sympathy.
"I do not feel bad for anybody. Why should I? It's a business," Ilgauskas told Jason Lloyd on Ohio.com. "They want to beat us just as badly as we want to beat them. Everybody is competitive."
During the introductions of LeBron's homecoming game in Cleveland on Dec. 2, Ilgauskas was cheered after James was booed.
James added that playing the Cavs isn't like playing any other team in the league and he wished his former teammates the best, but not when they play Miami.
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