This week's readers' pick, Home Depot ( HD), doesn't have the same room to grow as its rival Lowe's ( LOW), Jim Cramer said on his "RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

Readers of TheStreet.com chose Home Depot as the stock for Cramer to discuss.

Although the company's management is not that good, Cramer said Home Depot was falling apart before the company's CEO Robert Nardelli came in.

As cheap as Home Depot is, Cramer said he believes Lowe's is better.

Lowe's has growth rates as far as the eye can see, he said. While Home Depot has stores everywhere, Lowe's has room to expand.

He said he would pick up Lowe's and pass on Home Depot.

While Electronic Arts ( ERTS)and GameStop ( GME) are performing well on Thursday, he said he can't be too bullish on them.

He advised his listeners to let a little of them go in this upswing and be careful with the stocks. He called their price increase an opportunity to lighten up on them.

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