After getting ran in to the stands by the New Jersey Nets’ Terrence Williams for the Heat’s allegedly hot-dogging, Miami superstar LeBron James told Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel that what the Heat were doing was “not circus.” Fair enough, but judging by these behind-the-scenes artifacts, it seems like Williams might have a point.

For instance, Dwyane Wade’s taken up human cannonballery, which is a very circus thing to do.

If Chris Bosh’s top hat and lion fetish doesn’t scream “CIRCUS,” then I don’t know what does.

Mike Miller, inspired by his pet monkey, has taken up the trapeze. Somehow, he roped Zydrunas Ilgauskas in to the act.

Last, but not least, noted jokester Udonis Haslem recently enrolled in clown college. He’s got a lot to learn.

I don’t know about you, but I’d say it’s pretty obvious that Terrence Williams was on to something. I don’t know if entertaining families with zany antics necessitates a hard foul, but clowns can be pretty annoying.