Late Friday night, less than 12 hours before the first practice of Miami Heat training camp, reigning NBA MVP LeBron James updated his Facebook page with a new photo.
The image: A grinning Ray Allen in the foreground, James looking over his shoulder at him, the duo wearing Heat uniforms together for the first time.
''Need I Say More,'' James wrote.
When Allen decided to leave Boston and sign with Miami this summer, the Heat were downright giddy over the notion that the NBA's best team last season would now feature the best 3-point shooter in league history.
Since July, Allen and the Heat have been talking about ways to best integrate him into the lineup - a process that shifts more to the practice floor now that camp is open.
''He strikes fear,'' Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. ''We know about that fear, because every time he found his way open behind the 3-point line, as a collective staff, we would say, `Oh ... ` thinking the worst.''
With good reason.
No one has ...