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He also talked about the World Cup final match up between Argentina and Germany. (July 12)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYRio de Janeiro, Brazil - July 12, 20141. SOUNDBITE (English) LeBron James, New Cleveland Cavaliers Forward(On his move back to Cleveland)"I think it's an exciting time for myself. It's the place I would be home, be able to represent for the family, my friends and those fans. And gives me opportunity to reunite with one of my favourite teammates, Anderson Varejao, a Brazilian native. So, it's going to be unbelievable man and I am looking forward to the challenge."2. SOUNDBITE (English) LeBron James, New Cleveland Cavaliers Forward(On World Cup Final and whether Messi or Neymar is the best)"I am not sure. I think Germany has the better overall team. Argentina has one of the best players in the world. If not the best, (Lionel) Messi. But that's why they play the game. We will see what happens tomorrow and hopefully it is a great one. (Q: Messi or Neymar, what do you think?) Uh… Messi is a little older. He's get a little bit more experience. I think he is, right now . . . It's either . . . If you take Neymar I take Messi. If you take Messi, I take Neymar. They are two great guys for the sport of football, soccer. so, you know, two great guys."STORYLINE:Just a few hours after arriving in Brazil, LeBron James met a few hundred fans in a large warehouse located on Guanabara Bay, where he watched some young Brazilians show off a few of their basketball skills.He will attend Sunday's final at the Maracana Stadium, but he declined to pick a winner. "I'm not sure," he said. "I think Germany is the better overall team, but Argentina has one of the best players in the world _ maybe the best, (Lionel) Messi. So that's why we play the game and we'll see what happens. I hope it's a great one.""I've been watching it from home in the States and it's been an unbelievable tournament," he said.James walked around with new Cavaliers teammate Anderson Varejao, a Brazilian, and said he couldn't wait to start playing again in Cleveland.As for playing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, however, James wouldn't commit to a decision either way, saying it was "too early to say."