Can the Heat's big three be together again in Cleveland?
After all that happened in the NBA this off season, nothing is impossible.
Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh have played together not once, not twice but for four seasons in the Miami Heat and during those times, they developed a bond which was sealed with two championship trophies. The three have accomplished a lot together and while they have gone into different directions, it is possible that they might find a way to get together again.
The trio went to the NBA Finals four times winning two championships in 2011-12 and 2012-13 and seems to me that Dwyane Wade and LeBron James are going at it again. Since leaving Miami in 2014, Lebron James has appeared in three championship series winning one title with the Cavaliers in 2016.
This 2017-2018 season, the Cavaliers have put together one of the best NBA rosters ever by putting together top caliber players in one team. The likes of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Love, Derrick Rose, Isaiah Thomas, Kyle Korver, JR Smith among others, but will that be it?
In today's NBA, players have more bargaining power than ever especially if you are an All-Star. Now that Dwyane Wade has joined the Cavaliers, would Chris Bosh be joining anytime soon?
The former All-Star and one-third of the Miami Heat trio has recently spoken with TMZ in reference with the Dwyane Wade and LeBron James and believes that the duo would win a title together this year.
We all know that Chris Bosh still wants to play basketball and it's unfortunate that his illness has gotten in the way. Last July, after the NBA season Miami Heat has finally severed their relationship with the forward as his blood clot illness has been diagnosed as career ending.
With healthcare technology now and advancement nothing is impossible and in a few more years players as talented as Chris Bosh may be able to find a cure but as of right now, Bosh would have to settle in as a fan and as a supporter to his former teammates.
Maybe, they can get Chris Bosh as part of the coaching staff, then the three can repeat the championship experience together.