Andray Blatche Weighs In On Wizards-Cavs, LeBron James' Comments

WASHINGTON, D.C. - LeBron James got everyone talking Wizards-Cavs when he said the NBA toilet bowl should be on national television.

The matchup goes down on Sunday, Feb. 15 between two of the league's worst outfits. The Cavaliers have lost 25 straight games, while the Wizards have lost all 25 of their road games this season. The game is in Cleveland.

But would you ever think that Andray Blatche and Hilton Armstrong would agree with King James? The two had some fun of their own talking about James' comments and the potential TV ratings before Wednesday's game against the Bucks. Quotes follow the jump.

"Everybody keeps saying that’s a big game," Blatche said. "They’re on a losing streak and we haven’t won a game on the road yet, so everybody wants to see who’s going to come out on top."

From a few lockers away, Armstrong chimed in: "It’s gonna be the most-watched show after the Super Bowl," he proclaimed.

Both agreed the game should be on TV. But Blatche said the game might be tougher than a lot of games the Wizards have played recently because of the stakes.

"Both teams are going in with the same mindset: ‘We can’t lose to this team,’" he said.  "I think it’s going to be a real tough game."

For both teams, that's no joke.

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