Take a look at the Cleveland Cavaliers' website and the name LeBron James on the team's roster.
Yes, the prodigal son has returned to Cleveland, which suddenly has made the Cavaliers 4-to-1 favorites to win the 2015 NBA championship, according to Bovada.
But does the roster James has joined really have enough to win it all?
Cleveland's All-Star point guard, Kyrie Irving, who just signed a five-year, $90-million extension, is one of the top young players in the NBA.
Anderson Varejao, who remains a James favorite, is a hard-working center who is a tremendous rebounder and defender.
Dion Waiters has shown that he can be a quality shooting guard at times, Tristan Thompson is a decent power forward and Andrew Wiggins, the first overall pick in June's NBA draft, is a talent.
But if the Cavaliers can put together a package of Wiggins, some other players and draft picks to send to Minnesota for All-Star power forward Kevin Love, Cleveland could be a problem for the rest of the NBA.
And if it's true that James wants Mike Miller and Ray Allen to join him, that gives the Cavaliers veteran presence.
Still, just having James makes the Cavaliers a contender.