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 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -Cleveland guard Larry Hughes missed the Cavaliers' game Wednesday night at Utah because of a bruised left knee.
Hughes also sat out Tuesday night's win at Golden State after bruising the knee in a collision with Phoenix's Leandro Barbosa on Sunday night.
Cavaliers' guard LeBron James started Wednesday night despite taking an accidental shot to his left eye from Golden State's Andris Biedrins while reaching for a rebound the night before. Cleveland F Donyell Marshall (sprained right wrist) and G Eric Snow (sprained left knee) also were inactive for the Cavaliers.

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