LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh: Three Aces Still Lose To Full House

August 2nd, 2010 by CyberCosmiX Leave a reply »
Miami Heat fans have a lot to be excited for next season. They will have the opportunity to see their team feature arguably three of the top-10 players in the NBA in their starting lineup.

The Heat could have the finest two-swingmen combo to ever play with each other in LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.

Chris Bosh is a 20-10 player, one who in only seven years holds the Toronto Raptor all-time scoring, rebound, blocks, double-double, and minutes played records.

In order to accomplish putting together this "Big-3" Heat team, president and GM Pat Riley has been forced to roundout his roster with less than prestige names and talent.

Riley may have made a misstep in his choice of shooting guard Mike Miller to grant the biggest contract he had aside from those three. Miller has been frequently injured throughout his career. He is also a defensive liability, to say the least.

Not only that, but playing Miller alongside the Big-3 will require LeBron to run the point guard position. There is no doubt that Miller and LeBron will not be able to contain speedy point guards, who will be able to break them down. Simply, Mike Miller nor LeB ...

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