What seems like forever ago already; when LeBron James joined Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami back in 2010, the move was received with plenty of controversy for the way James handled the announcement of the momentous transfer. Despite the controversy and the anger of many basketball fans, not just those from Cleveland, Miami's big three achieved plenty together.
Four straight NBA Finals appearances, two consecutive NBA titles and multiple team and individual records were broken in those years. Wade and James grew particularly close during that era. The two have been very open about their relationship being "bigger than basketball." However, once James returned to Cleveland, it was said that the dynamic duo would never again join forces. That is, until now. Images of James and Wade in their new uniforms were released this afternoon.
Full discretion: the images that were released this Friday were of Bronny and Zaire, not LeBron and Dwyane. Still, there is hope that the next generation may play for the Heat together. And seeing the two together and how proud their respective fathers are brought back great memories for any Miami Heat fan.
Zaire and Bronny are two of the main players for the Highschool basketball team at Sierra Canyon in Los Angeles. Whiel they're plenty young, they have got the inherent buzz that comes with either fo their last names.
Here is the next generation of one of the best duos basketball has ever witnessed.
I mean, come on, they do remind you of their fathers.
Well now the younger James and Wade ballers are stepping into the limelight on their own and twitter is buzzing over their resemblance to their fathers.
We're loving this Dragon Ball Z comparison as well:
So the Wades and James' are in fact back together. Just this time, in Los Angeles. Let's see how the duo performs together. If it's half as good as their old men did, that high school is in for a show.
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