In the most unprecedented move in the history of free agency, LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined Dwyane Wade as members of the Miami Heat. There was plenty of controversy surrounding who said what, when and to whom, but once the season started, the disbelief shifted towards the new Big Three’s on court accomplishments. Even with a roster filled out with bargain basement players, James, Wade and Bosh’s alternating brilliance lifted Miami to the league’s elite. Passing lanes were patrolled with a sentinel’s intensity, fast breaks started in the blink of an eye and no rim was safe. The Heat finished the season with 58 wins, and stormed through the Eastern Conference, making quick work of the Celtics and Bulls before falling short in a disappointing Finals performance. All in all, still an impressive performance by a team that may have literally been put together overnight. And it’s just the beginning.