From the article:
"Yes, it's probably true that both James and Wade badly want to be the main man on their respective teams and be surrounded by complementary talent that wins them a championship.
But it's also true that both James and Wade think big. They think about image. They think about legacy. They want to be great, and they want to be remembered for accomplishing great things.
If they team up and start collecting championship rings like trading cards, dominating the league for a decade and winning more titles than Michael Jordan ever did and possibly even reaching Bill Russell numbers, wouldn't that be so much more memorable than winning a championship or two on their own?
Think about the impact this would have.Together, they could go down as the most dominating force this league has seen."
That might be the truth, and I have no idea how any team could ever compete with that tandem... but what about big men? I feel like this could be a good team, but they could get dominated in the paint by a team with a solid frontcourt. Am I the only one who thinks that?