LBJ, D-Wade, and CB4 would immediately represent a formidable combination almost without regard to the pieces that are assigned to play with them.
Basketball games involve a limited number of shots and the team would have the best starting five in the league assuming that the other two starters were not complete stiffs.
The hard part will be acquiring complementary players that can make the primary scoring threats more efficient scorers.
There is a 24 second shot clock and there is a only one ball.
This unit would be better served by a tweener guard that has range and a lot of defensive ability. There is no real benefit with this group of having another guy who wants to dribble around a lot to impress the crowd and this team really would have little use for a center that was clogging lane calling for the ball.
Set LeBron at the point forward (Magic played point – worked out pretty good for him), Wade as the off guard (and can share point responsibilities), Bosh at the power forward grab a serviceable defensive and an offensive rebounding center that can hit 12 foot jumpers, and forget bringing in a traditional point guard. Keep Beasley and bring him off the bench to spell the 3 and 4 positions (unless you can traded him for a decent big). This is a high screen pick and roll set up all day. This is one scenario.
Another is to get a traditional point guard and keep LeBron at the small forward. It just seems to me that this crowds the lane too much and makes it take longer to get the offense started. With LeBron bringing the ball up the opposing defense has to cheat off someone once he gets past the hash marks, with a traditional point the entire defense stays home to play denial defense (well, at least they do that defense thing in college.) And, LeBron creates a bigger might be a better passer than Wade – this would also create some matchup problems for opposing teams.
However, it would work out at the end of the day two or three of them would have to sacrifice some offense and limit the amount of time they spend pounding the ball on the hardwood. Three volume shooters are very difficult to accommodate, unless one of them is a sixth man.
Again: There is a 24 second shot clock and there is only one ball.