It's a word NBA executives as well as fans worship on a constant basis. Even if a player doesn't start so hot, if he's in his young 20s—don't worry, he should be fine. When it comes to teams that don't have a bona fide superstar in their arsenal, most teams try to find that special someone either through free agency or the draft.
Unless you're the Miami Heat and you clear out all but two of your players, risk it all in the market, and score what has become one of the greatest hauls in sports history by acquiring three mega-stars in LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh.
After the Heat proved that three star players can come together, make individual sacrifices (in LeBron's case, maybe his reputation—for now), and show that a championship is still coveted more than big bucks in some instances, everyone is dreaming up the possibility of another Big 3 emerging in the future to challenge the current Heat trio.
Now, more than ever, teams are trying to create a three-headed beast that can at least give the Heat somewhat of a fight (good luck), and due to this, the idea of putting three superstars on the same team in hopes of creating a dynasty is indeed an intriguing prospect that is, frankly, impossible to ignore.
Let me just go ahead and say that I don't think these are necessarily the three best players in the league, but from a future and managerial perspective, these are the three individuals who I would definitely want on my team in the hopes of building a promising franchise one day.