VIDEO: LeBron James Save Leads To Dwyane Wade Dunk, Capping Incredible Sequence

Put aside the Big Three bias for a moment and recognize that the Miami Heat are a ton of fun to watch. It's easy to paint LeBron James as the villain and the Miami Heat as everything wrong with basketball, but put it aside. The way this year's team is playing so far -- saying nothing of wins and losses, or what may happen in the next few months -- makes the Heat must-watch television.

The latest example came on Wednesday night, when one of the more ridiculous sequences you'll see unfolded. All three of Miami's stars were involved, and it was enough to make me stop and stare at the television with my jaw on the floor.

It began with Chris Bosh swatting a lay-in attempt, sending the ball flying towards the Miami bench. LeBron chased after it, leaping to keep the ball alive while heaving it down the court. And there was Wade to catch the ball ahead of the pack and flush it, capping one hell of a sequence.

Via @TasMelas

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