From Boston’s Blueprint to Miami’s Madness: How a Trio of Stars Could Realign

May 28th, 2010 by Denton Ramsey Leave a reply »
The Boston Celtics were the first to try it.

The Miami Heat may be the next.

This new free agency madness may become an event that occurs every few years in the NBA—though it’s highly unlikely.

A trio of stars becoming free agents and signing with a new team (or being acquired through a trade) began when Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett became teammates with the Celtics in 2007.

Shortly thereafter, they won those treasured championship rings (with the possibility of getting another one this postseason).

The 2010 version of that trio of free agents may be LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh—with the potential of them joining forces as teammates in Miami.

James and Wade are close friends and the possibility of the dynamic duo playing together on an NBA team has been talked about time and time again.

It’s bound to happen in 2010.

The trio of stars—Bosh, James and Wade—have already tasted success as teammates on the hardwood when they brought home a gold medal for Team USA in the past Olympics (under the leadership of America’s coach Mik ...

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