- Tom Haberstroh
Ever since LeBron James and Dwyane Wade joined forces in 2010, the seedy underbelly of analysis argued that the Miami Heat were better without Wade. The first sign of adversity signaled that James and Wade, as two ball-dominant superstars, couldn't coexist. It was a fractured relationship, beyond repair.
The Heat were crushed by the Spurs when LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were on the court together in the Finals, but they survived. The Spurs are better this time around, says Tom Haberstroh. Can Wade's health be the difference?