Throwback Thursday: Big Three forms in Miami

VIDEO: Heat Introduce Big Three

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Today’s Topic: LeBron, Wade, Bosh Come Together

On July 9, 2010, the Miami Heat signed free agents LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to contracts. From there, nothing would be the same for them, the Heat franchise or the NBA at large.

The Heat reached four straight NBA Finals during their four seasons together in Miami, winning two NBA championships over the span, and established the legacies for all three players. But, by the summer of 2014, James eventually left to return to Cleveland and things changed for Miami.

This Throwback Thursday, we look back at the Big Three’s four years in Miami … 

PHOTO GALLERY — Miami Heat’s Big Three

What was your favorite memory of the Big Three? Leave your comments below!


  1. Mike says:

    06/12/2011 😀

  2. Steven says:

    I wonder if the big 3 would had won more titles if back then they had a 70 million cap, being they could have brought in better players that could have help the team more than some of the players they had… Plus LeBron James, Chris Bosh and D Wade might have signed on for say another 2 years or something, since they join together they reached the Finals every year and had a shot at winning it every year to, only if they had a few other right pieces they probably would had won it every year they made it to the finals…

    • Ken says:

      I highly doubt it, remember that the Big 3 All took less than max. So they would’ve just taken more each if the cap was 70 mil.

  3. joey says:

    Read maa face 😀
    haha 😀 Go Bosh !

  4. TeeOBeewhY says:

    What I remember… unfortunately, was ‘Not 1, Not 2, Not 3, Not 4…’

  5. Karma says:

    My favorite memories was watching them choke in the finals

    • Yandy says:

      There go the haters. The team made it to four straight finals, I highly doubt you can count that as choking. Where was your team during that span?

  6. Eduardo Garcia says:

    Game 6 of NBA finals 2013. Ray Allen’s miracle 3-pointer was my best memory. Talk about clutch. Also game 6 ECF 2012 vs. Boston down 3-2, LeBron had the game of his career and we won it back in Miami.

    • bighawk says:

      Imagined if Allen would had missed the shot and if Lebron had not responded how he did.. WOW 0 Championships dammit man.

      By the way am a Heat fan but it is what it is… Right?