LeBron James learned how win in his first year with the Miami Heat, according to sports analyst Skip Bayless, and it was Dwyane Wade who taught The King that. James arrived in Miami in 2010 after seven years in Cleveland. During those years the Cavaliers had one NBA Finals appearance when they lost to the San Antonio Spurs. Despite several runs deep in the playoffs, Cleveland did not win a championship in the first LeBron era.
When James joined the Heat, D-Wade already had one NBA title which he won in 2006. After teaming up with Wade, LeBron won his first championship in the second season in Miami. A repeat followed the next year.
The Los Angeles Lakers superstar was able to win his third championship in 2016 during his second spell with Cleveland.