MIAMI They werent the Big Three then. But on Feb. 19, 2006, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh all got together in Houston for the first time at an NBA All-Star Game.
The All-Star Game is back in Houston next month. And for the eighth consecutive year, the three stars all will be teammates for the Eastern Conference.
Bosh, a Miami center, was named as a reserve Thursday to his eighth consecutive All-Star Game. He will join Heat teammates James and Wade, who received the nod last week as starters both will be appearing in their ninth straight All-Star Game.
Its the third year in a row all three have been named All-Stars with the Heat. While all of Wades appearances have come with Miami, James first six were with Cleveland and Boshs first five with Toronto.
James, Wade and Bosh now have three of the four longest consecutive All-Star streaks in the NBA. Only Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, who has been selected a record 15 consecutive times, can claim a longer one than James and ...