LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh in Miami Heat

2010 is the most controversial NBA Free Agency season in the entire history of NBA. It is official; the once-beloved and superstar free agent LeBron James of the Cavaliers announced on national television that he would be joining running mates and co-superstars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami Heat.

“(Miami Heat) is going to give me the best opportunity to win and to win now. I want to be able to win championships and I feel like I can compete now. I’m looking forward to it,” James, two-time MVP for consecutive season, said.

The combination of the three best player of the generation, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh, is sure to be amazing, but the question is, can they work together as a team? and not as all-star individuals. Can they create a chemistry to overcome all their opponents? Can they finally get their hands on an NBA Championship?

LeBron James announcement was extraordinary, coming in a much-hyped, one-hour-prime-time special on ESPN, called “The Decision”. Even President Barack Obama, an avid Chicago Bulls fan, weighed in with his opinions during the process.

James said he finalized his decision on Thursday morning.

“I had a great conversation with my mom once I had that conversation with her I was set,” he said.

Young, strong, and talented are the key word to describe the trio. James is 25, Wade a few years older, Bosh 26. This is a foundation for the ages. But as a team in action, it can still be screwed up.

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