The New, Unchanging LeBron James

via flickr | Keith Allison

Consecutive championships and record-setting regular seasons later, it’s sometimes hard to remember the time when many wondered whether LeBron James and Dwyane Wade could ever successfully coexist. But James and Wade tossed that concern aside what seems like for good a couple seasons ago, specifically one year after its tipping point in that vexing loss to Dallas in the 2011 Finals. The following campaign was the original months-long showcase of ball-movement, cutting, pace, and space that’s come to mark Miami’s distinct identity in its quest for a three-peat. Continue Reading