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Talk about scary.

Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade believes that teammate LeBron James' dominance of a game is "starting to all come together".

Yes, he said "starting."

"The sky's the limit," Wade told ESPNChicago.com on Wednesday after a promotional appearance for his new book, A Father First. "He's been very good. He has three MVPs. I don't know statistically how much more he can do, but I think just his dominance of a game and starting to really understand everything about the game now. It's starting to all come together. That's the scary part."

James, a three-time league MVP, has officially started his NBA legacy with his championship this past season. With the Heat returning most of its players, alongside a sharpshooting three-point threat (Ray Allen), James could very well be on the verge of something special. Not one, not two, not three...

You're right, D-Wade, the sky is the limit. James' potential for growth has now eclipsed an all-time high after winning not only an NBA Championship but the NBA Finals MVP Award, too.

If Wade would have won the award, naysayers (Skip Bayless) could say that he was still Robin to Wade's Batman routine. But we all witnessed who is the real Batman.

Thank you, LeBron. That's just one less nonsensical thing fans of the show would have to hear.

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