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Kings again: Miami Heat wins second consecutive NBA title
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and their Heat teammates win the NBA Finals for the second consecutive year, defeating the San Antonio Spurs. Choose from these full pages documenting the Heat's road to victory. INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the page you like and then scroll down the page to select the type of product (prints, t-shirts and mugs) you wish to purchase.
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1988: Another day in paradise, sailing to Bimini
Sailing across the Gulf Stream to Bimini.
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Miami Heat guard Brian Shaw loses his family
Almost 2,000 crammed a church in Oakland, Calif. in 1993 to mourn the parents and sister of Miami Heat guard Brian Shaw. Shaw's entire immediate family died in a car crash.
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Driver leaps from flames at Miami Grand Prix 2003
J.J. Lehto and co-driver Johnny Herbert, seated, are engulfed in flame from spilled fuel which ignited as they switched drivers during a pit stop at the American LeMans race Saturday, September 27, 2003, part of the Grand Prix Americas in downtown Miami. They quickly extinguished the flames and went on to win the race.
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Soccer Expo 2013
The Florida Soccer Expo at Sun Life Stadium featured exhibits and information for soccer coaches, fans and players Saturday and Sunday September 14-15, 2013.
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2008: The Miami Heat chose Michael Beasley
In 2008, Heat President Pat Riley said his top personnel staff "got me in a room and made sure that Mr. Beasley was going to be part of the Miami Heat.
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Lamar Miller, homegrown talent
Dolphins running back Lamar Miller is the true homegrown talent, playing his entire high school (Miami Killian), college (University of Miami) and now pro career in Miami-Dade County. Here are pictures from his high school days.
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Northwestern High's 1998 state championship
Northwestern High School captured a state title in 1998 with a score of 28-0 in the final game. At the core of the celebration were six players once cut from the team. The six -- Torrie Cox, twins Jerrell and Jermell Weaver, Clay Guillaume, Levy Brown and Travis Warthen, had promised each other then that they would team to win a state title. This time they were the starters, the mainstays, the heroes who led Northwestern to its second state championship in four years.
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Still perfect: 1972 Dolphins at the White House
Still Perfect. Forty years later, members of the 1972 Dolphins undefeated team visit with President Barack Obama in the East Room of the White House on Tuesday, August 20, 2013.
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UM men win first ACC tournament championship, 2013
In March, 2013, the Miami Hurricanes men's basketball team won their first ACC tournament in school history and later were rewarded with a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament.