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Dwyane Wade's divorce from the Miami Heat might be bitter, but his breakup with us, his South Florida fans, is anything but. Mr. Wade gave us the best years of his playing career. And for him, we gladly became Wade County and the Heat Nation, especially during the NBA Finals, when everyone was a fan. For 13 years, on some special nights after he became the team's first draft choice in 2003, he performed pure magic for us on a wooden court, usually in the fourth quarter. He always believed the Heat would win and so did we, because of him.
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Heat's 1988 NBA debut sizzled
The NBA didn't just happen inside the Miami Arena Nov. 5, 1988, it detonated in chants of "Heat! Heat! Heat!" as pro basketball finally land in South Florida.
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Miami High basketball coach Marcos "Shakey" Rodriguez
Coaching the Miami High School basketball Stingarees inside the cramped, rocking gym known as "The Asylum" was Marcos "Shakey" Rodriguez's dream job. Students and alumni reveled in the five state titles Rodriguez won, plus his six top-10 national rankings and his 22 All-County players.
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Miami Killian Senior High School football
Selected Miami Herald photos of Killian High School football.
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Great Escape: Miami Heat ties 2013 NBA championship
It will be remembered as the night Ray Allen bailed out LeBron James and Dwyane Wade and saved a championship for the Miami Heat. Allen stroked a clutch three-pointer to force overtime and then made a key defensive play in the final seconds of the extra period to give the Heat a 103-100 victory against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
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Westminster Prep reached for state title in 2016
In 2016 Westminster Academy made it to the state final for the first time since 2002. But the closing minutes against Windermere Prep cost them a chance to duplicate the ending of that championship season 14 years ago. The Lions were outscored 8-0 and watched Windermere Prep snare the Class 3A state championship with a 62-58 win at The Lakeland Center. Westminster junior guard Jerald Butler finished with 19 points and nine rebounds, with 18 of those points during a sensational first half.
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Fall 2015 All-Dade County Teams
The best of Miami-Dade for Fall, 2015.
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For Dolfans, a jubilant end to a letdown season
The Miami Dolphins capped the disappointing 2015 season with a shocking end: a 20-10 triumph over the New England Patriots.
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Hallandale Chargers were flying high in 2012
Facing a rebuilding year in 2012, the Hallandale High School Chargers nevertheless started strong, with a core defense led by linebackers Jeremy Derrick and Aaron Plantt.
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1992 Hialeah Miami-Lakes team picked up where Hurricane Andrew left off
In a 1992 season delayed by Hurricane Andrew, Hialeah-Miami Lakes volleyball coach P.J. Williams told his players "the team that emerges victorious in this county is the one that handles adversity better than the others."