Jimmy Butler – Photo Credit: Bill Streicher/USA TODAY Sports Jimmy Butler made a questionable shot on Sunday with the Heat’s chances of going to the NBA Finals at stake. Sadly, he missed and the Miami Heat lost. Instead, the Boston Celtics advanced to play the Golden State Warriors for an NBA championship. For this, Jimmy
Courtesy: Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images Canadian snowbirds may have missed their opportunity to come down to South Florida for the winter and spring seasons due to the pandemic—but their professional sports teams seem to have the system figured out, eh? The Sunshine State could soon be home to yet another Toronto sports team, the
Happy New Year 2021 text on the beach. Abstract background photo of coming New Year 2021 and leaving the year of 2020 Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Maps Expert As the world begins to turn the page on 2020 and look forward to a new year in 2021, we at Florida Insider decided to compile
Point Guard Kyle Lowry going up for a layup. Courtesy: Toronto Raptors Facebook Florida will soon be the new home for the—Toronto Raptors? Well, temporarily. I guess we can call them the “Tampa Bay Raptors” until they reclaim Toronto, Canada, as their home base. Florida will now be home to three professional basketball teams: the
In this photo illustration, the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) logo is seen on a smartphone. Photo and Caption: rafapress/Shutterstock.com MTV is helping in an eleventh-hour push to help Floridians with felony convictions register to vote in time for the November election. MTV, Comedy Central and VH1 announced they would be making a joint $250,000
Photo: PhotoProCorp/Shutterstock.com The NBA on Thursday, June 4 took the official step to put a schedule in place for a return to action to resume the season in Orlando at the ESPN Wide World of Sports with the approval of the teams to implement the plan of NBA commissioner Adam Silver. By a vote of
With the 2019 NBA Draft just two days away, all eyes on who the Miami Heat might take and who they might move.
The 37-year-old Miami Heat superstar recorded 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists to end his historic 16-year career on a triple-double.
Chris Bosh is officially a Heat Lifer after the team retired his No. 1 jersey during a halftime ceremony Tuesday night.