Just a few weeks ago, the highly-touted Miami Heat and its super star-laden lineup sat at an average record of 9-8. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade couldn't coexist. Chris Bosh was soft, many fans wanted him out. The bench was horrible.
Those were just a few of the many knee jerk reactions by Heat fans.
My oh my, how times change. Today, the Heat sit at 18-8, riding a nine-game win streak. A nine-game win streak which has included all double digit wins, by the way.
What are the reasons for Miami's newfound success? A key addition, players have accepted their roles, and Miami's big three has finally begun to play like we all thought they would.
Let's take a look at whose stock has risen or fallen the most so far for the Heat.