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CLEVELAND (AP) — Mike Miller is in the Cleveland Cavaliers' starting lineup for the first time this season after missing seven games because of a concussion.
Coach David Blatt announced the move before the Cavaliers' game Friday night against Brooklyn. Miller was set to start at shooting guard, while Shawn Marion was tabbed to come off the bench at small forward after starting 21 straight games,.
Injured Dec. 4, Miller is averaging 1.5 points, 2.1 rebounds and 12.2 minutes in 13 games this season. He played with LeBron James in Miami for three seasons, helping the Heat win consecutive titles.
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