LeBron James is going to the Heat.
Dwyan Wade is going home.
And the Heat’s core of James, Wade and Chris Bosh will remain intact.
The Heat are officially back, and they will go for it again.
They are a team that will try to do what it takes to win in the playoffs, not just win the division, and that will give them an edge heading into the summer.
And they are the ones who will start making noise in the East again, after their playoff exit in January.
James is the best player in the league.
He is also a winner, having won the NBA championship with the Miami Heat.
He will not rest on his laurels.
He has not forgotten what he accomplished with the Heat, and he will keep fighting to get his team back.
Wade will be gone by the time the Heat begin their pursuit of a playoff berth.
His absence will be felt by LeBron James, who will be the first player to take over as team captain.
The new team will be led by James, and his ability to get the team back on track will be key.
The biggest question mark for the Heat heading into summer is who will replace James.
Miami’s core has been a big part of the team’s success.
The team has won three titles since joining the NBA, including four straight.
They have a solid frontcourt, led by Wade, who has averaged 26.3 points and 10.1 rebounds.
Wade is the player most responsible for the team scoring in the post-season.
He can hit the 3-point line, rebound, guard multiple positions, make plays on the offensive glass and score on the defensive glass.
But he will have to step up when it comes to playing defense and rebounding, something the Heat will need if they are going to compete for a playoff spot.
He was named team captain in March, and James said that he wants to be in charge when the team starts to win games.
But the Heat are still a work in progress, and the roster is not finished.
The core will continue to be solid.
They will need James, James, Bosh and Wade to step it up to be the team that the Heat have been in the past, and to become the best team in the Eastern Conference.
So the team will need to figure out a way to replace its best players, and if the Heat do not do so, it will be up to the rest of the Eastern conference to find a way.