Reigning NBA MVP LeBron James said he's not at all surprised by the way Warriors point guard Stephen Curry has played this season.

He said he expected it.

"Absolutely," James said after Wednesday's shootaround. "And this is what he expected out of himself as well. But when you're dealing with injuries, it kind of hampers your game. I mean I've watched him a lot, went to see him a few times in college, so I knew what he was capable of doing. It's good to see him play at a high level right now. Health has a lot to do with it."

James and the Miami Heat seem keenly aware of the roll Curry is on as they prepare to host the Warriors Wednesday night. Miami's leaders said they aren't taking the Warriors lightly though Golden State hasn't won in Miami since March 2008 (0-4).

"This is a very, very good team. Coach Jackson has done an unbelievable job with the team," Heat guard Dwyane Wade said. "They've got the right group of guys. This is going to be a tough game. This is a game they're going to make us move around a lot, going to challenge us defensively. On offense we've got to stay on the attack and not let them lull us to sleep with their zone or their trap, etc. So we've got to stay on the attack. And on the defensive end, we've got to be aware and we've all got to stay together. Otherwise it will be a long night."