James and Wade have been struggling with niggles in recent weeks.
The Miami Heat received a boost ahead of the playoffs starting this weekend, with their Big Three all resuming full practice on Friday.
While LeBron James sat out the final week of the regular season to rest and recover from persistent back and ankle soreness, Dwyane Wade had a nine-game absence due to a strained left hamstring.
Meanwhile, Chris Bosh also sat out the final week for rest, but all three were back on the practice court for a full workout ahead of Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first-round series which starts on Sunday against the Charlotte Bobcats.
“Probably the first day of training camp was the last time all of us were out there,” James said after the team practiced for 2½ hours, as reported by ESPN.
“We all went through contact, and it was great. Guys are just ready for the playoffs.”
James has previously spoken about the troubles he has faced this season in terms of injuries, while there were also concerns over fatigue given the amount of basketball he has played this year, particularly with Wade not in the line-up.
The two-time NBA champion feels as though he has now recovered both physically and mentally, and is ready to lead the charge for his team to complete a historic ‘three-peat’.
However, coach Erik Spoelstra was keen to ensure his players were aware that the mere fact that the entire 15-man roster is fit doesn’t necessarily mean that they will automatically bounce back from losing six of their last eight games.
Their record against Charlotte would suggest that they should have little problem in getting beyond the first round, as they have won 16 consecutive games against them.
Nevertheless, Spoelstra pointed out that the Bobcats have gone 20-9 since the All-Star break, and is warning against complacency ahead of the playoff campaign.