Last summer, LeBron James went on TV to tell the world where he was taking his talents for the upcoming NBA season.
And before the season started, the Heat introduced James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to Miami in a Rock 'n Jock, dry ice smoke-spewing, concert-like setting. It was the kind of celebration usually reserved for after a championship is won, not before.
Undoubtedly, the Heat were expected to be great this season, and they've gotten to that point.
But the greatness ...