LBJ-Wade-Bosh; might as well refer to as simply Lebron's legacy. Wade probably is a HOF, but won't make much of a difference at this point as far legacy, Bosh whether a HOF can be debated back and forth. But Lebron if he wants that claim of all time great, well a three peat will go a long way.
Pacers are just starting, and since that franchise has never won anything, whenever they even win one will be great, so pressure is less for them. Same for GS, they are young and low expectations as far as championships.
I'll definitely say it is Lebron, closely followed by OKC and Durant, if they don't start winning now, Brooks will probably be fired, Westbrook can become questioned if they regress when he comes back, plenty of factors to look at. A distant third would be Houston, maybe not to win it all but to go far, Howard and his claim as a winner, the cloud of uncertainty of McHale as a coach, and if they don't start accomplishing more then they for sure will start making changes.
Edited by Ven, February 01, 2014 - 03:37 PM.