The Miami Heat’s LeBron James continues to evolve as a basketball player. On February 9th, he tallied more than 30 points to become the third player in NBA history to score more than 30 points and shoot 60% from the field in five straight games. The other two were Adrian Dantley and Moses Malone. At one time, Dwyane Wade was the Heat’s marquee player. But with the emergence of King James, even if Wade scores in the high 20s or 30 points, he is simply the best man at LeBron’s wedding. Wade by the way, was not been too shabby during the Heat’s five-game winning streak in early Fwebruary. He averaged 24.8 points, 6 rebounds, 5.8 assists, and three steals during that stretch. He also quietly shot 51% from the field.