LeBron James out (rest) Saturday against Heat, unhappy with team's recent play

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For those of you with LeBron James still in your fantasy lineups, get him out now.

Cavaliers head coach David Blatt will sit James during Saturday's tilt against the Heat to give him some rest. The decision comes a day after James slightly criticized his team, which has lost its last two games.

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Cleveland is still without guards Kyrie Irving and Iman Shumpert so many believe the team will improve when they return. James said people shouldn't think getting those guys back will fix everything.

"I hope we don't think that way," James said via CBS Sports. "It's never that way. When you get your guys back, you prepare just as you prepare before. There's only one guy ever in the world that everything will be all right when he comes back and that's Jesus Christ. Other than that, you can't bank on nobody being OK."

The Cavaliers are 5-5 in their last 10 contests and are now just a game ahead of the Heat for fourth place in the East. They will likely feature a heavy dose of Kevin Love and J.R. Smith against Miami.