Miami’s New Big Three

July 16th, 2010 by Troy Sparks Leave a reply »
By Troy Sparks

Some NBA teams have three superstars, or the "Big Three."

Add Miami to the mix.

There are high expectations down there in South Beach.

What we don't know is if this trio will meet expectations.

So, what did the LeBron James free agent signing with the Heat mean for the franchise?


Did it make enough waves for team president Pat Riley to return to the bench?

Maybe it did.

James waited on Chris Bosh, who waited on Dywane Wade to make up his mind.

Since we already knew through a source that James would sign with Miami, he should've announced it then instead of having us watch the announcement on ESPN.

That night, I watched Donald Trump's "The Ultimate Merger" instead of that garbage.

All three players could play for less money this upcoming season and reap their benefits on the back end of their contracts.

I don't think the three stars will win the championship with the Heat.

Cleveland owner, Dan Gilbert, said James quit on the team in the playoff series with Boston.

Now, would James d ...

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