When Lebron James joined a superstar Dwyane Wade and a 65 million year veteran Chris Bosh in Miami, they made it clear that their only objective was to win a ring, and were ready to sacrifice for it. They've won not 8, not 7, not 6, not 5, not 4, not 3, not 2, but 1 already, but it looks like the inevitable clash of egos and and impeding breakup in 2014 is almost here.
Dwyane "I need a wheelchair only when I suck" Wade complained about lack of shot attempts and involvement in the offense, after being quiet for 2 seasons on what was by all accounts a very good an unselfish team.
After looking like Rip Hamilton as many BaBullers noted in the past few games, Wade said "We've got to do a better job of making sure me and Chris can have opportunities to succeed." to the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
The sad reality is that this is Lebron's team, he is going to be great for a long time no matter where he plays, and D-Wade has declined to a point where he might be regretting giving up what was really his city and team (with a Finals MVP and a very impressive individual season before Lebron arrived). Hell, he could have bolted for Chicago where the hometown fans wouldn't have minded seeing him with Derrick.
I'm not trying to overreact or anything, but Game 7 is a make or break for the Big 3 as we know it. If Miami wins, everyone forgets this, but if they manage to lose, I'd expect a lot more murmurs and can't see LBJ-CB-Wade sticking together much longer.