But the Heat, a team featuring two superstars in James and Wade and a third superstar wannabe in Bosh, is getting beat by a Dallas team with just one true star, Nowitzki, and a bunch of solid role players who are doing their job spectacularly.
James and the Heat return home for a must-win Game 6 tonight. LeBron gets another chance to establish his legacy as one of the game's all-time greats, to show that the "Chosen 1" tattoo across his back is more than just body-art ink.
He has an opportunity to step up, to prove all those critics wrong if he can help the Heat come back from that discouraging 3-2 deficit and win two do-or-die games to claim the crown.
But up until now, Nowitzki has indeed displayed "the heart of a champion."
And James, much to the dismay of his fans and the city of Miami, has definitely not.
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