Miami Heat: The Facts About the ‘Miami Thrice’

August 10th, 2010 by Janet Kessler Leave a reply »
The Miami threesome of Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and LeBron James was heralded this summer as the trio to beat when they tipped the scales of power in the East by combining forces and joining the Heat.    
All three were their former team's primary scorer, averaging 25 percent of the points scored in any given game.  Also in common with this triad is that they lacked the support staff talented enough to complete a championship run.  Wade, by the way, is the only one with a ring, which was won in 2006.
Now the Miami Heat, Toronto Raptors, and the Cleveland Cavaliers were not known as high scoring teams last season.  With the addition of Bosh and James, expectations are running high, as are the predicted scoreboards, as the possibilities of what the Heat can achieve, both this coming season and in the future.

I have questions about the supposed marriage made in NBA heaven: 
How well will these three alpha-males be able to set aside their egos for the cause of the team?

Who will be the dominant personality to establish order on the floor? ...

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