After coming off an amazing campaign with the Miami Heat - winning their second consecutive championship - LeBron looks to enter the season and win another.

When asked if he and his teammates speak about the three-peat, LeBron said: "Of course we gonna talk about it, Of course we do, we here to three-peat man."

LeBron leaves no doubt that the Heat and co speak about it and that's what they aim to achieve, and with the talent they possess they are more than capable.

A three-peat can aid LeBron James' legacy. Since coming into the NBA, he has been nothing short of spectacular. Making it to four NBA finals, winning two rings, consecutively, and two NBA finals awards.

He has been awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy in four seasons, one vote away from being unanimously voted last season. He has been named into the all star squad nine times, and he's only played 10 years. He has also received important accolades off the court as well, as he was named sportsman of the year in 2012.

LeBron has been hated on since entering the NBA, some might say unwarranted hate. The hate grew stronger when LeBron left Cleveland in the summer of 2010.

Everyone started comparing him to greats like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant, and after LeBron achieved all the goals he had set, 'haters' still didn't believe LeBron was an NBA great.

Winning his third championship, he will be able to silence the doubters. LeBron's name would be associated with certain greats like Kobe Bryant, Bill Russell and of course, Micheal Jordan.

Reaching a third title would also shut up the doubters who keep making excuses. They say: "LeBron won his first season because the season was shortened" or "LeBron won the second because Danny Granger couldn't help the Pacers or that Derrick wasn't with the Bulls".

Has there ever been a season where a major injury hasn't occurred? No, literally every year someone important gets injured. Injuries are a part of sport.

LeBron James has the talent and determination to win another championship, he is focused and doesn't care what people think about him. 

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