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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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Obama Honors Alabama Crimson Tide at White House: ‘Call Me O’Bama!’

President Obama huddled with the NCAA Playoff Champion Alabama Crimson Tide football team at the White House, the fourth time he’s honored one of Coach Nick Saban’s squads. “My first question is, Coach, what took you so long?” Obama quipped, drawing laughter. “It’s been three whole years since I last saw you.” The team presented the president with a No. 16 Alabama white road jersey, as well as a commemorati ...

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Miami Heat: Could the Miami Heat Get to the East Finals?

This season the Miami Heat have been on a topsy-turvy roller-coaster ride, to say the least. We've seen Miami deal with a number of different situations that most organizations haven't had to go through. Some of these situations they've had to deal with were a potential season-ending injury to Chris Bosh. We've seen Hassan Whiteside and Goran Dragic in the middle of trade rumors all year. We've also seen Pa ...

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Miami Hurricanes: They Might Win the NCAA Tournament

Oh, what a difference a year makes. The Miami Hurricanes last year wrapped up their season with a win against Virginia Tech. This year they'll also do the same wrapping up their ACC regular season going against the Hokies. However, the biggest difference between last year and this year's game is that Miami last season was the hunter. The Hurricanes didn't know if their NCAA Tournament resume was good enough ...

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High School: Congratulations to Coral Springs, Dillard & Ely!

They say that football is the king in South Florida and that statement couldn't be truer. Football is the sport of choice that collegiate coaches and people in droves gather around to see. For as many great athletes that have emerged from the South Florida area who play football, the community is now starting to see a bit of a shift with their athletics. Maybe it's because of the success of the Miami Heat. ...

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Mike Tomlin is the AFC North coach of the year

NFL Nation reporters from the AFC North -- Jeremy Fowler, Coley Harvey, Jamison Hensley and Pat McManamon -- have reviewed the film and sorted through the analytics to determine the 2015 annual awards for the division. On Thursday, we're handing out the AFC North coach of the year. Winner: Mike Tomlin Runner-up: Marvin Lewis The Pittsburgh Steelers' Tomlin was not among the seven who received votes for NFL ...

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Duke Johnson named AFC North Rookie of the Year

With the conclusion of the NFL season following the Super Bowl on Sunday, the four NFL Nation reporters from the AFC North — Jeremy Fowler, Coley Harvey, Jamison Hensley, and Pat McManamon — named Cleveland Browns running back Duke Johnson the AFC North Rookie of the Year on Wednesday. Considered a running back, Johnson’s playmaking ability allowed him to play as a slot receiver as well during his rookie ca ...

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