Found March 23, 2012 on
Throw The Flag:
Udonis Haslem made a bet last night with Dwayne Wade. I bet Wade really regrets making this wager. Dwayne Wade made a bet that Marquette would beat the Florida Gators and Billy Donovan’s squad. As you know, Haslem played for Florida and Wade played for Marquette. Both now are teammates on the Miami Heat.Things didn’t go well for Marquette last night as they were upset by the Gators who beat Marquette by 10 points. The consequence for losing that bet? Dwayne Wade now has to buy Gator license plates for his car.H/T @OnlyGators
BEST OF MAXIM
HE GOT GAME
Speculation has already started that it is very likely the Miami Heat will be very aggressive in its pursuit of the Celtics guard.
The Miami Heat’s LeBron James tweeted this photo of he and his teammates wearing hooded sweatshirts in memory of Trayvon Martin, who was shot and killed on Feb. 26 in Sanford, Fla., a community north of Orlando.
The African-American 17-year-old student was wearing a hoodie at the time he was shot. The case has sparked national attention.
A Tweet that sceams loudly
There’s a lot of things that LeBron James has done wrong in his career. There are plenty of instances where I’ve shaken my head in disgust at when and how he’s parlayed his popularity for the betterment of the wrong audience – namely, himself. His Twitter handle @KingJames and its accompanying wallpaper tend to rub me altogether wrong. They stand...
The Miami Heat brought a little extra attention to the story of Trayvon Martin today after they tweeted a team photo where everyone is wearing a hoodie and has their head bowed.
Martin was the 17-year-old Florida boy shot by 28-year-old George Zimmerman in February. Zimmerman, who claims he shot Martin in self defense, was trying to detain Martin when the incident happened because...
The Trayvon Martin tragedy has become a prominent national news story, and the Miami Heat expressed their solidarity for the slain teenager by taking the above photo with their hoods up and heads bowed, which LeBron James shared Friday on Twitter.
Martin, a 17-year-old Miami native, was gunned down in February in an Orlando suburb by 28-year-old George Zimmerman, a member of the...
The Miami Heat honored fallen teen Trayvon Martin by posing for a photo wearing hooded sweatshirts with their heads bowed.
LeBron James posted the photo on Twitter with the hashtag "WeWantJustice."
Martin was shot to death in Sanford (Fla.) by a neighborhood crime-watch volunteer on Feb. 26. Martin, who was wearing a "hoodie", was carrying candy when he was...
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It may have just been a picture.
But what a picture it was.
On Friday afternoon, LeBron James took to twitter with the following tweet:
“WeAreTrayvonMartin #Hoodies #Stereotyped #WeWantJustice.”
The tweet was followed by a link, showing the above picture. The Miami Heat team dawning hoodies, in tribute to the fallen Trayvon Martin, whose death has sparked...
LeBron James had 17 points and 10 assists to lead the Miami Heat to their fourth straight victory, 88-73 over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.
Dwyane Wade added 24 points for the Heat, who posed for a photo earlier in the day wearing team-logo hoodies. Players were speaking out following the death of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager wearing a hooded sweatshirt who...
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- LeBron James had 17 points and 10 assists to lead the Miami Heat to their fourth straight victory, 88-73 over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.
Dwyane Wade added 24 points for the Heat, who posed for a photo earlier in the day wearing team-logo hoodies. Players were speaking out following the death of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager wearing...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat aren't the first athletes to use a photo to make a statement.
Gold medal swimmer Amanda Beard did it to much less fanfare four years ago in Beijing when she unveiled a nude poster of herself in front of an American flag in an anti-fur protest at the Olympics.
The Chinese weren't happy...
On Friday, several NBA players used social media to take a stand for Trayvon Martin. Not only did the entire Miami Heat take a photo in their official “Heat team” hoodies, they did so with the full support of the Miami Heat organization. “Our hearts go out to the family and loved ones of Trayvon [...]