Can Miami Heat Big 3 Be Beat When Firing on All Cylinders?
Each and every one of the Miami Heat's most impressive wins comes with a looming afterthought: When LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are all playing this well, is Miami even remotely beatable?
Given the synergy and strength of that trio, it's honestly a fair question. James and Wade alone would seem to have the scoring and playmaking to overwhelm most opponents. And as Bosh showed following his return from an abdominal strain in the Eastern Conference finals, he too has the potential to change the course of a game—or in this case, the course of an entire series.
That's a lot for any opponent to handle, and when combined with a defense that's as dominant as any when in its finest form, the prospect of beating the Heat seems to slip from improbable to impossible.
But is that really the case? The Heat are clearly excellent, but when the Big Three of James, Wade and Bosh are rolling, is that really enough to make this team—despite its flaws elsewhere in the rotation—unbeatable?
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