After months of hype anticipation, the long-awaited "Decision" has finally been made and LeBron James is ditching Cleveland for the sunny waters of South Beach.
James will form arguably the best basketball trio in the history of the NBA when he steps onto the court with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh next season.
The King sacrificed money and legacy as well as relinquishing the No. 1/it's-my-show role by signing with the Heat, as Miami already has its hero in Wade. Wade is the established go-to-guy in Miami and has been awing Heat fans for seven years now that includes a Final MVP award with the 2006 title winning team.
Not only was LeBron the No. 1 guy in Cleveland, he is one of the best basketball players in the entire world. Now that he is in Miami, he oddly finds himself in a No. 2 role, which he will gladly accept.
Here are 10 reasons why D-Wade still runs the show in South Beach.