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    Friday, July 9, 2010

    The Newest Big Three of The NBA



    After several months of waiting for LeBron James' next move after his contract for Cleveland expires after 2009-2010 NBA Season, he has already expressed his intent to sign for the Miami Heat.

    The Heat has already acquired the lefty star power forward Chris Bosh and have retained Dwyane Wade and with LeBron coming in there will now be a Big Three in Miami.

    The Big Three has formally been assembled because James has signed today, July 9, 2010 in the Philippines for the Heat.

    LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh entered the NBA at the same time. James the first pick, Wade the fourth and Bosh the fifth pick. Bosh played for Toronto, Wade for the Heat and James for the Cavs.

    James had transformed the Cleveland Cavaliers. From being a passive team to being one of the contenders in winning the NBA championship.

    "The attraction in Miami is being alongside Dwyane Wade and being alongside Chris Bosh. It is a new challenge for myself.... The major factor was this is the best opportunity for me to win and win now and in the future. The number one thing with me is to help my teammates get better and to win." James said.

    They are not strangers to one another because they have played together and they won the gold medal in basketball during the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

    Alluding his present situation to the condition of the greatest players whoever played the game, he said that: "When Magic played he had Kareem and Worthy. Jordan was great he had Pippen and he also had Horace Grant. I could keep on going. You become a superstar individually but you become a champion as a team. I understand that and I know the history of this game."

    He is just 25 years old, 2 years shy of reaching the widely considered total peaking age of a basketball player which is 27.

    He has a lot to offer for the NBA. He is still young and he needs a team wherein he can become more mature and more successful as a professional basketball player.

    To make it official, I got this picture below which shows the newest Big Three of NBA:

    Office Map



    Here's a video of his latest interview regarding his decision to play for the Heat:



    Here's the Press Conference:



    Here's the Video Of the Welcome party: Welcome to Miami Heat LeBron James!! Win Win Win!

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