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Although becoming complacent the year following a title is common in professional sports, the idea that this Miami Heat team will follow suit in 2012-13 is somewhat amusing.
I mean, it's well documented that the Big Three was created in July of 2010 with the sole purpose of winning multiple championships.
Also, consider the Heat's biggest star: LeBron James.
LeBron has made it clear (per Sports Illustrated) this offseason that he's, in his own words, "not satisfied with one." And it's pretty clear why he's not, as LeBron is on a mission to be considered equals with MJ, Magic, Bird and company, all of whom have multiple rings.
Plus, the new blood on the Heat should be raring to go, especially Ray Allen.
Considering the war of words that has taken place since his departure from the Boston Celtics, don't you think he'd love to show Kevin Garnett and his former team that he could win a title without them?
The Heat simply have too much at stake in their personal legacies and in the legacy of the Big Three era for them not to be chomping at the bit to compete for another title.