LeBron James is part of the infamous "Big 3" in Miami, but they failed to win their first championship together as they fell to the Dallas Mavericks in six games.
LeBron seemed to pull a disappearing act during the critical parts of the Finals and has received heavy criticism for not being a closer in important games. The Heat's two greatest weaknesses were lack of consistency at the point guard and center positions.
Mario Chalmers emerged as a legitimate option as the Heat's future point guard but Joel Anthony, though a hard worker and a fan favorite, is undersized and is better suited as a backup. Many think Pat Riley should be bold and offer LeBron James for Dwight Howard straight up.
Howard would instantly solve the Heat's problem with the lack of a post scorer and enable Bosh to do what he does best: slash into the paint and spot up for the open jump shot.
It would also enable Dwyane Wade to have the ball in his hands more, therefore making him much more effective than having to share the ball with another perimeter player like LeBron.
In LeBron James, the Magic get the most physically talented player in the league right now. What better way to start your rebuilding project then getting the best player in the game?
LeBron would give the Magic a franchise player to build around and they could easily be contending in a year or two after they acquired the right pieces to complement LeBron's skills. Overall, this is a win-win deal for both teams.
These are five deals for Dwight Howard that I think could legitimately happen. What do you think?