The Miami Heat obviously have a lot to be happy about. Three straight years of Eastern conference dominance coupled with two titles alongside two MVP trophies proves that Miami is the cream of the NBA's crop, and rightfully so, analysts and critics can't talk NBA without talking Heat basketball.
When Derrick Rose called himself the best player in the league the criticism over his comments turned into a full on discussion about LeBron James' recent accomplishments.
Doesn't he know LeBron James personally? Did he even watch the NBA last season?
Regardless you can't, and you shouldnt, expect any teams' marquee player to say differently. Hell, I bet if you posed the same question to Dwyane Wade he'd probably answer "Dwyane Wade."
When the Brooklyn Nets pumped steroids into their roster full of KG, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry, initially the transaction fueled the NBA's "Battle of the Boroughs," and Knicks comparisons were rampant. Bu...