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July 28, 2014 7:45 PM

Mario Chalmers is ready for challenge in Miami without LeBron James

Former Kansas star Mario Chalmers recently signed a two-year deal to stay a member of the Miami Heat. On Monday during his annual charity golf event in Lawrence, he said he is excited to see how good the team can be without LeBron James.

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