Found March 24, 2012 on Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
PLAYERS: Pat RileyDwyane Wade
TEAMS: Miami Heat
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Wednesday in Miami, the Heat charitable fund and Hublot held a charity event (and celebrated Pat Riley’s birthday) by launching the Heat limited edition Hublot watch. Dwyane Wade released his own limited edition watch with the company last summer. The fundraiser was held at the estate of Mike Fernandez and featured Patti LaBelle as the [...]
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