LeBron James Remembers His Past Exploits With Miami Amid NBA Suspension

Published 03/13/2020, 11:02 AM EDT
Probably the most iconic photo in history of NBA.


Coronavirus has put a halt on NBA for an indefinite amount of period. With NBA players now in isolation, players along with fans are definitely having some hard time coping with this unavailability of their teams and their sick plays on TV. But looks like it is not a problem for LeBron James as LA Lakers star can be seen enjoying his past exploits with former Miami Heat teammate Dwyane Wade on TV in his recent Instagram stories.

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The four-time MVP can be seen enjoying the highlights of him and Dwyane with his son Bryce over breakfast.

“Man we had more lobs in 4 years than the history of franchises itself,” James wrote and tagged Wade.

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To be very honest, there is actually no better time than now to see those amazing alley-hoops by the dynamic duo of Dwyane and LeBron. Those hoops were nothing but just an excellent art of piece by the athletes who were probably on the prime of their career at that point.

so here is 1 minute and 47 seconds of “Picasso level art”

NSFW Warning: LeBron James and Dwyane Wade- Top 25 plays ahead

When in 2010 LeBron infamously decided to leave Cleveland Cleaveries for Miami Heat. There were a lot of speculations around the future of LeBron and the league. But with his draft mates Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, he buried all those doubts and bullied all those haters into exile.

2010-2014 LeBron and Wyade were just pure filth. Their athleticism, on-court connection, and lethal counter ‘alley-hoops’ still remains unparalleled among any duos in NBA. Their two consecutive championships and three back to back final appearances are enough to back that talk.

If you still don’t believe me, then here is “Top 25 plays” by the duo. Maybe this can change your mind:

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http://https://youtu.be/NTN2gD9LJnU

LeBron James won’t publicly admit it but his 4 years in Miami were probably one of the best times, if not the best in his professional career. Those four years were SPECIAL. Those Miami years not only increased the viewership of the NBA but it completely rejuvenated the league and its fans.

 

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Anukul Chauhan

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