LeBron's Kingdom Will Reign Over Miami: Expect the Heat To Rely on James Most

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It’s Wade’s team. It’s Riley’s team. It’s Micky Arison’s team. These are the remarks you get from people who don’t understand basketball. People who have yet to truly be exposed to all that is LeBron James.

When you live in South Florida it’s easy to sometimes forget about other teams and players outside of your market. You gather all your information and insight from SportsCenter highlights and commentary. You hear that LeBron failed to win it all again, and therefore you just make the assumption that he’s no good. That he’s a choker.

Time for a reality check. LeBron is the best player in this league, and he hasn’t even reached his full potential. You are talking about a two-time MVP that is still just 25 years of age. That’s unheard of in the history of sports. He was voted the league’s best player twice, and he still has more than 11-12 years of basketball ahead of him.

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