Why Miami’s New Three Won’t Work

July 12th, 2010 by Aron Yohannes Leave a reply »
Call me ballistic, or just plain stupid if you want. But what you are about to read is an article that I have chosen to write based on my opinions and theories that I have witnessed in the past. So with that said, let's start.

As we all know, LeBron James and Chris Bosh have signed contracts to join Dwyane Wade in South Beach in hopes for to winning a Championship TOGETHER. The three have all had big intentions of playing on the same team together since the Olympics ended in Beijing.

But in today's society, benefits also come with costs. And vice versa. Pat Riley now has three of the top tier players in the NBA on one NBA roster in the same city. But does that mean that they are going to work?

Both LeBron and Bosh come from franchises were the team is focused around themselves. By coming to Miami, both players are going to have to share the fame among three instead of one.

Along with coming from their respective teams, both of these players aren't ready mentally to share a team. Physically they all are ready, but in the sports industry today it's not only about the physical stand point—it' ...

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