Through 54 games this season, the Miami Heat have racked up a phenomenal record of 40-14. They are currently first in the Southeast Division and second in the Eastern Conference. They remain as one of the teams likely to win the NBA Championship, after winning the past two back to back.
When "The Big Three" got together in 2010, it was no question to how dominant they would become. The question was how long they would remain teammates. Some said that having all that talent on one team would cause for some player’s statistics to decrease, which would lead to frustration. Now in their fourth season together and seeking their third championship together, that question is rising. With LeBron James becoming a free agent at the end of the season, many are curious to whether he will stay with the Heat or take his legacy to a different city.