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The 2012 NBA champions, Dwyane Wade and his Miami Heat teammates had the honor today to pay a visit to the White House for a Meet-and-Greet with president Barack Obama. The squad dressed to impress in formal attire as they presented the President with his own Miami Heat Jersey #44 to be exact. Mr. Wade stood out amongst the team with his flashy ensemble as he added some flair to formal wear. Dwyane enrobed in a sleek Ferragamo suit, styled with a solid spread collar shirt, pattern necktie and pocket square by Tom Ford. Dwyane spruces up his look with a vibrant pair of $675 Christian Louboutin ‘Golfito’ shoes. Are you feeling the look??
Chris Bosh looking sharp in slim fitting threads.
Dapper Miami Heat squad
Photos via Instagram
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President Barack Obama honored the Miami Heat for winning the 2012 NBA championship after falling short just a year before.
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The Miami Heat were in the nations capital Monday to celebrate their 2012 NBA Championship. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Eric Spoelstra each got a shot at the mic after Obama spoke.Let’s hope they challenge Obama and his staff to game of 5-on-5 afterwords.
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The Heat were in high spirits Monday when they got their celebratory trip to the White House.
From rubbing shoulders with President Barack Obama to checking out some presidential portraits, the current NBA champions made the most of the visit.
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Back on Monday, the Miami Heat traveled to Washington D.C. to visit the White House and celebrate their 2012 NBA Championship.Heat stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade decided to roam the halls and took some time to take a photo with a portrait of 42nd USA president Bill Clinton:(Courtesy of TMZ/Image courtesy of LeBron James Instagram Account)
One of the perks of winning an NBA Championship is the opportunity to visit the White House and meet with the the President. Today was that day for the Miami Heat. The entire Heat team, staff and owner Micky Arison were on hand as President Obama took the time to honor the Heat, crack a few jokes at their expense and celebrate their 2012 NBA title.
A few of the highlights: