LeBron James arrived for practice Monday wearing lime-green sneakers, a highly fluorescent shade. It was the fashion statement du jour for the league's three-time MVP, much like the eyeglass frames he's been sporting after games throughout this postseason. But those sneakers probably would have remained tucked away in the drawer beneath his locker during last year's NBA Finals, since very little about James' game would be considered glowing or luminous during those two weeks. Different year, different story. For the second straight season, the Miami Heat hold a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals. There's a glaring difference this time around - that being James is playing at the top of his game. And he'll try to help the Heat move within one win of a championship on Tuesday night, when Miami plays host to the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 of this title series.