Who Says It's Hard To 3-Peet a Championship- Everybody But Miami

Vito GuarioContributor IJune 28, 2010

After this free agency it will be the Heat who will have the Big Three now. This talented group will include Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, and LeBron James. They all want to win championships well now they will.

With all the free agents this summer, the Miami Heat will take the best three. If you think it's false just ask Stephen A. Smith who says the trio wish will come true because he's heard it from reliable sources.

Everybody says that it's hard to three-peet a championship. Well, once the Big Three is in no one will say that again. The Miami Heat will be the first team to five-peet.

Also another FACT is that Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh have the same agent. Well that's a sign they'll be together.

Here are some FALSE rumors:

  • LeBron stays in Cleveland
  • Bosh stays in Toronto
  • Bosh and LeBron go to Chicago
  • Bosh and Wade go to New York
  • Wade goes to Cleveland
  • Wade goes to Chicago
  • LeBron goes to Clippers
  • Bosh goes to Lakers
  • LeBron goes to Dallas
  • LeBron goes to Nets
  • Wade goes to Nets
  • LeBron teams up with Kobe in L.A
  • Bosh goes to Cleveland
  • Bosh goes to Rockets
  • LeBron goes to Rockets
  • LeBron goes to Knicks

If you counted, there are 16 very imaginative people to make them look like free agency experts.

David Stern should just to save time by announcing the Heat are the 2010,11,12,13,14,15 NBA Champs.

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