The Miami Heat are entering their 22nd season in franchise history and this one figures to be one of, if not the most, exciting ever.
Thanks to their off season acquisitions, the Heat are poised to be title contenders for the next six years.
With the talent that has been assembled, Miami has what amounts to a mini-Dream Team of sorts.
Fans could argue that the Heat now has the greatest one-two punch in league history.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are bona fide super stars. Add Chris Bosh and Mike Miller to the equation, and you have two proven quality players as sidekicks to the dynamic duo.
With all the talent that has been put together by architect Pat Riley let's take a moment to compare how the New Miami Heat would fare versus a squad of the best Old School Heat.
To throw in a twist, we'll also add a team of Heat renegade/guns for hire players.
For the sake of making all teams the strongest they can be, the 2010-11 Heat would have Wade at point guard.
Also think of these teams as all being at the peak of their playing abilities.