By Kareem Gantt on May 26, 2014
Miami Heat fans have to wonder: Will this be the last year that LeBron James will have the opportunity to chase an NBA title? Yes, it seems like that is a ridiculous question at the moment, but that moment may come sooner than you think. The following slides will examine why.
James has had to carry a very heavy workload this season due to Dwayne Wade sitting for injuries and Chris Bosh's inconsistent production. LeBron's workload is only expected to increase next year (if he stays in South Beach) as Wade could miss more time and Bosh continues to show signs of being a streaky scorer.
Yes, I know this sounds crazy. But with his workload getting heavier, his game may become strained as well. It won't happen soon. But it will one day.
The Miami Heat roster surrounding LeBron could very much be different next season, as several key players will become free agents after the year is over. Whether or not the new roster will be championship worthy is yet to be seen.
This was the first season since his rookie year that Dwayne Wade did not average 20 points per game. A big part of that was his knees, and although they see to be holding up in the playoffs, it remains to be seen if his knees will continue to hold up past this season. That could be bad news for LeBron's title dreams.
It is not far fetched as others may led you to believe that if the Heat fails to win their third straight NBA title, then LeBron may explore going back home to Northeast Ohio in the offseason. Even though he could elevate the Cleveland Cavaliers to championship contenders, Cleveland's tragic sports history may tell otherwise.
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