When the Big Three were formed in Miami they were destined to win the NBA Finals; many for years to come some thought. There was just one thing that could hold them back--themselves.
Could they get over not being the focal point anymore and play good team ball? Three years later it is starting to look like the answer to that question is no.
After amassing an NBA-best 66-16 record this season the Heat were expected to cruise right on through the early rounds and then dispatch whatever team made it out of the Western Conference with relative ease. The early rounds of the playoffs went as expected, but those pesky Indiana Pacers have proven to be up to the challenge.
Thanks to the tough time the Pacers have been giving the Heat we are seeing quite a few cracks in the Big Three that could be disastrous for the Heat not only for Game 7 Monday night, but for the foreseeable future.
Comments made by LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have made it appear as if all is not well in ...