The players also have to realize this is a TEAM game. Even Wade (who has twice the titles and twice the personality of King LeBitch), realized he should push his ego aside and Let Lebron take center stage at major parts of the season.
I believe it's about the ability of the players to concentrate on Making a "Good" Play. Not the one that wins the game, not the one that even scores, just a good play: grab the rebound, make the pass, fight on the boxout, Dunk the ball, whatever's needed at the moment. They are good players, if they manage to focus on the moment, not on the score, not on their stats, not even on their expectations of themselves, They will shine. Just Make the Good Play.
(Alright, got a little Zen here... Sorry.)
Now you can't have all players play every game in Zen mode, and this is why the real X factor is: Playing As A Team. When we incorporate more players in the game we are beasting, and we will put less strain on our fragile players.
Woodson has to set it straight from day one, and keep reminding it every time he can.
If Woodson gets the team on the right page, we can go places.