2010 Free Agency: Dwyane Wade and LeBron James Create Dream Team

Debora RubiContributor IJuly 9, 2010

ARLINGTON, TX - FEBRUARY 14:  LeBron James #23 and Dwyane Wade #3 of the Eastern Conference celebrate their 141-139 victory over the Western Conference during the NBA All-Star Game, part of 2010 NBA All-Star Weekend at Cowboys Stadium on February 14, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
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Arguably one of the best basketball players to ever play in the NBA is about to become a secondary man.

Lebron James left his hometown in a less than admirable way to arrive in the glorious beaches of South Florida.

Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh have done the unthinkable. They have followed up on a promise made two years ago, if the stories are to be believed, that they would all go to the same team during free agency.

While Bosh was always expected to be second fiddle, who knew Lebron James would be so willing to accept the secondary role.

Because, as it stands, Miami is WADE COUNTY.

It's yet to be seen if it'll work on the court, but James coming to Miami comes under the direct supposition that he will be secondary to Miami's main man.

The Heat are still lacking in many positions to really be contenders, lacking a great center and perimeter shooter.

Either way, the Heat will be the most fun team to watch next year. At least for as long as the chemistry works.

These players already showed they can work together on the same team when they played in China, but playing for two weeks is one thing compared to holding together for an entire season.

If Miami's draft picks can develop quickly, and they'll be aided by the leadership of some of the best players in the league, Miami could become serious contenders to win a title.

Otherwise, the Heat may get the title of the flashiest loser in sports.

Everyone outside Miami seems bent already on making the Heat the NBA's most hated team (a sigh of relief emanates from the Thunder offices) and teams will make it their goal to humiliate the team that broke Cleveland's heart.