LeBron James and the defending champion Miami Heat stopped by the White House today, and were feted by President Barack Obama. It was a predictably festive affair — James exclaimed, “Mama, I made it!”; Dwyane Wade joked about Obama signing with the Heatles on a 10-day contract. More from the Miami Herald: “Out of uniform and looking dapper, Miami Heat players were honored Monday at the White House by President Barack Obama, a basketball fan who gushed over the play of team stars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. In the packed East Room of the White House just before 2 p.m., Obama recapped the team’s road to victory in last year’s NBA championship, as 25 players, Coach Erik Spoelstra and team owner Micky Arison stood behind him. He singled out James’ performance during Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, describing it ‘as one of the best in basketball history.’ [...] The President then added that James ‘had a scary look in his eye.’ Obama went on to call Wade ‘the heart and soul of this team,’ and noted that Wade led the Heat in blocks in the 2012 playoffs. ‘And in the post-game press conferences,’ Obama said, ‘he dressed well enough to land himself in GQ magazine.’ Wade brought his signature style to the White House as well. He wore a stylish gray suit highlighted by a pair of red, white and black dress shoes. Obama asked Wade to show off his shoes during his 10-minute meet-and-greet with the team in the Blue Room. Obama gave Chris Bosh credit for returning from injury during the playoffs to play an important role. The President then had some fun with Mike Miller, who famously played injured throughout the entire postseason. ‘Mike could barely walk,’ Obama said, ‘and he still hit seven three pointers in the final game. I still don’t know how he did it.’”