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LeBron James feared that loss to Celtics in 2012 would cause Heat’s ‘Big 3’ to break up, tarnish his legacy

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As we know now, James helped to lead the Heat through the Eastern Conference and to a Finals victory over the upstart Oklahoma City Thunder. Over the course of that particular postseason, James averaged 30.3 points, 9.7 rebounds, 5.6 assists, and 1.9 steals in 42.7 minutes per performance. The series went the full seven games, and featured an epic Game 6 performance from James who poured in 45 points and 13 rebounds while facing elimination on the road. The game was one of the best performances of James’ illustrious career, and it helped to propel the Heat to the first of two consecutive titles. During an Instagram Live video chat with fans on Thursday, James revealed that at the time he feared that a loss in the Celtics series would result in the dismantling of Miami’s “Big Three” that consisted of James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh.

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