At what years did LeBron James play for the Miami Heat?

“King James” has undoubtedly proved why he is recognized as one of the greatest players with his consistent and dominant performances.

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Lebron James

There have been reasons LeBron got replaced with the tag “King”, from being drafted as the number one pick by his home team, Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2003 NBA Draft to becoming 4 times NBA Champion, James has been one of the most famous brands in the entire NBA. He has also represented his national side frequently, in World Cups and also in Olympics in which he has finished on the podium every time he played.

The 6ft 9in tall has featured in NBA All-Stars 18 times along with being in All-NBA First team 13 times.

LeBron James At Miami Heat

After having a rough season filled with unforgettable last moments, James become a free agent on July 1, 2010. As soon as he was released from Cleveland’s side many big NBA sides immediately tried to contact him including the Chicago bulls, Loss Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks, and New Jersey Nets and finally got clicked with the Miami Heat.

LeBron James is a four time NBA MVP
LeBron James

Miami Heat signed James on July 10, 2010, through a sign-and-trade deal. On December 2, James faced his former team Cavs where he scored 38 points, however, he was booed every time he touched the ball. LeBron ended the season averaging 26.7 points.

The next two seasons can be termed as “Golden Years” for him with his back-to-back championship wins with being Finals MVP both times. Finally, season 2013-14 turned out as the final year for James in Heat’s colour where he also achieved his career-high of 61 points. Miami’s three consecutive championship drill was broken when San Antonio defeated them in the Finals game.

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