Miami Heat Hot Topics: Former Miami Heat players dominate the Headlines

Head coach Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat laughs with Dwyane Wade #3 and Udonis Haslem #40 (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Head coach Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat laughs with Dwyane Wade #3 and Udonis Haslem #40 (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /
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Meyers Leonard #0 of the Miami Heat in action against the Brooklyn Nets (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) /

Recent Miami Heat News From Around The Web

While the NBA networks of FanSided pride themselves upon delivering the latest and best Miami Heat-related opinions and pieces, we aren’t the only show in town. Here are some of the best headlines from other outlets around the web.

How Dwyane Wade once lost a new Porsche to Norris Cole – Clutch Points, Marty Fenn

"Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has more than just a leg up on former teammate Norris Cole in terms of accolades, fame and notoriety. However, Cole did win a lucrative bet off Wade during their days in Miami, one that resulted in Wade gifting Cole a brand-new Porsche."

Wade Producing Documentary On 2008 USA ‘Redeem Team’Sports Illustrated, Sam Amico

"Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade revealed he is producing a documentary about the USA men’s basketball team that won the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics, affectionately known as the “Redeem Team”."

Meyers Leonard says ankle ‘Much Better.’ And a look at free agent decision that awaits him – Miami Herald, Anthony Chiang

"The 2019-20 NBA season is suspended, but it hasn’t been canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic. So, Miami Heat center Meyers Leonard isn’t looking toward the offseason yet. Instead, Leonard is working to make sure his injured ankle is as close to 100 percent as possible when/if the season is cleared to resume. Leonard, who started the first 49 games of the season, missed 16 games prior to the league shutdown because of a sprained left ankle."

As we discussed earlier, the headlines are there, they just aren’t totally focusing on current players. That’s fine though, as things are sure to be back to normal sometime in the future, right?

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We sure hope so, but we will do all we can until then. That includes locating, mining, sorting, and sifting through anything Miami Heat-related and shining a light on it. Until the next time we meet here for Miami Heat Hot Topics, we’ll be doing just that!