Kerr: Stars can thrive with Heat

With rumors circulating that Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh are considering joining forces with the Miami Heat next season, the big question (especially among Bulls fans) is can three superstars in their prime play together?

Count former Phoenix Suns general manager Steve Kerr among those who believe the trio would find a way to make that arrangement work.

"We just watched some of that in the Olympics on Team USA the past few years," Kerr said Tuesday on "The Waddle & Silvy Show" on ESPN 1000. "They've played together, and they've looked good together. Anytime you get great players they can figure out who is going to play what role. They figure out a way to make it work. It would be fun to see how it all plays out. I think all those guys have so many options that there's probably a long process ahead for everybody to sort through things."

James, Wade and Bosh won a gold medal together in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics.

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