Jun 9, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; San Antonio Spurs center Tiago Splitter (22) drives to the basket against Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) during the fourth quarter of game two of the 2013 NBA Finals at the American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Write For All U Can Heat!


It’s the NBA Finals and there’s no better time to start writing about the NBA!

All U Can Heat is a growing community and we’re looking for passionate and talented fans that would like an opportunity to write about the Miami Heat (and the NBA).

Not only will aspiring writers have the opportunity to increase their exposure on one of the webs fastest growing sports networks, but to help in building a new foundation for this blog with an outstanding group of bloggers.

You’ll have an opportunity to reach a wide audience through Fansided’s partnerships with SI.com and Bleacher Report and have the freedom to express YOUR thoughts to people who care.

Our biggest requirement is simply an enthusiasm for Miami Heat basketball (and the NBA). Prior writing experience, though encouraged, is not necessarily required.

Contributors:

Just looking for the occasional outlet to vent on your team? Contributing may be for you. You’ll be required to publish at least 1 article a week.

Staff Writer:

Looking to be more involved with the staff? Staff Writers are expected to contribute a minimum of 8 articles a month. They will have access to the All U Can Heat twitter account and will have the freedom to contribute to other content. You will be promoted to a senior writer after five months with the site.

Featured Columnist:

Featured columnists are just that, featured. We’ll highlight your posts on our social media platforms and submit posts to be featured around FanSided. Featured Columnists are expected to post 4 times a week.

Fantasy Analyst:

We’re looking for passionate fantasy lovers to guide other fantasy junkies on their way to virtual glory. Who should we start and who should we sit this week? It’s your job to let us know.

Style:

We don’t care if you want to grade Dwyane Wade’s post-game outfit or just dig up dirt around the league. All we know is it wouldn’t be much of a Miami Heat blog without a little drama.

▷ Should you be interested in any of these roles, submit some of your previous work or a writing sample to [email protected]. I’ll review your submission and refer you to our prospective blogger application.

We look forward to hearing from you and hope to welcome you into the FanSided family soon.

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