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Miami Dolphins: Raising Money For Cancer Through Golf Tournament

It's been scientifically proven that that the most important meal of the pay is breakfast. In addition to maintaining a healthy body weight, breakfast provides a person the energy that's needed to survive throughout the day. This morning at Turnberry Isle & Resort, the Miami Dolphins helped serve breakfast to the people who were in attendance for their Inaugural Celebrity Golf Tournament. Even though br ...

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Miami Dolphins: What Should the Dolphins Do at RB?

It's safe to say that the Miami Dolphins have a unique way of conducting business when it comes to acquiring talent for their team. The reason that's said is because in the 2012 NFL Draft the Dolphins found a gem when they drafted the hometown hero, running back Lamar Miller in the fourth round of the. After 32 teams in the league passed on Miller three times the Dolphins took a flyer from the running back ...

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Miami Heat: Erik Spoelstra Deserves A Lot of Praise

Three. At most that might be the number of coaches, you could legitimately make an argument that they are better coaches than the Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra. After Gregg Popovich and Doc Rivers, you'll be lost for thoughts thinking there are better candidates around the league. In Miami, we're so used to winning all the time that when we don't it's looked at as a problem. Everyone can't win everyt ...

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Miami Dolphins: Is Mario Williams Ready to Take Off for Dolphins?

All good things must eventually come to an end. Oh, how that saying couldn't be truer for the Miami Dolphins. After the new deal that defensive end Olivier Vernon signed with the New York Giants, it signaled the end of a relationship with the city that went back as far as birth. South Florida will forever be known as home for Vernon, but it will no longer be the place where he gets paid to play professional ...

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Miami Hurricanes: This is Just the Beginning

They came, they saw, and they conquered. This year for the Miami Hurricanes was one word, redemption. After being left out of the 2015 NCAA Tournament and having to play in the National Invitational Tournament was a huge motivating chip for Miami. Following their loss in the championship game to Stanford inside of Madison Square Garden, Miami started their NCAA Tournament hopes once again and this year they ...

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Miami Heat: Is Hassan Whiteside Key For the Playoffs?

Strong opinions. When it comes to Hassan Whiteside of the Miami Heat you're going to find very strong opinions about the seven-footer who virtually came from nowhere to dropping right into the Miami Heat's lap. After becoming a borderline All-Star in his second year with the organization, it's clear more than ever that the Heat are going to have to rely on Whiteside even more than they did in the regular se ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Angel Rodriguez is Heaven Sent for Miami

A basketball city. Those were the three words that Miami Heat majority owner Micky Arison declared the city of Miami. We all know that basketball in South Florida revolves around the Miami Heat but there's another team in South Florida who are doing big things and that's the Miami Hurricanes. This season if you have or haven't been following the Hurricanes, it's the perfect time to start jumping on the band ...

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Miami Heat: Congrats to Dwyane Wade

If there's one thing we've learned in the last 13 years from watching the Miami Heat, it's that you can never count out Dwyane Wade. This past Saturday, on a court with the best team in the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers which feature All-Stars LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love, it was the savvy Wade who once again stole the show. During the most significant part of the game, Wade drib ...

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Miami Heat: Another Star in the Making

It doesn't take long to know if you're doing something right. For rookies in the NBA, their path is extremely difficult depending on which team they made their roster spot on. For Josh Richardson, he had one of the biggest challenges trying to get playing time and crack the Miami Heat's rotation because of the talent who's starting over him. Richardson is listed as a 6'6 shooting guard and that only spelled ...

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