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Miami's newest Major League Soccer team is buzzing on social media after a huge announcement was made this morning.

Superstar Blaise Matuidi is reportedly coming to Inter Miami, the city's MLS franchise, according to sports reporter Fabrizio Romano.

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With restaurants taking a beating the past two months, something good just had to come their way. For Havana's Cuban Cuisine in Cooper City, that good thing came in the form of over a generous tip from a former NFL player. Chad Johnson tipped a Florida waiter $1,000 on Monday, May 18.

"Proverbs 11:25," Johnson wrote in his caption, which says, "a generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed."

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Some memes just never seem to die —or at least, they go on long hibernations before being reawakened by a Miami NBA team, and in this case, that’s exactly what happened to the 2013 fad of the Harlem Shake. After fans begged Miami Heat to bring back their hilarious old video, it finally resurfaced on the team’s Instagram account a few days ago. Needless to say, it’s still as entertaining as before, and they even shared a peek into the making of the magic!

Cast your mind back to the depths of your memories from 2013 and you may recall that the internet meme involved a group of people sitting idle while one instigator riles them up. While the exact origins of the meme are up for debate, it took the internet by storm.

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Staying home and social distancing has almost felt like a New Years Resolution with so many people starting up new fitness routines and challenges on social media to join in on. If you’ve vowed to take this time to invest in your body and bring exercise back into your daily routine or are just looking for new ways to shake it up at home, the Miami Heat has your back! You can actually train like the pros via Twitter with this routine from captain Udonis Haslem.

Toting the hashtags #PlayInside and #NBATogether, the video is a reminder that we’re all in this together and that one of our local NBA teams still has players working hard to stay on their game.

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The NBA's season has been suspended for just about a week now due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The timeline and conditions regarding the remainder of the season and its return are still unclear. What is clear though, players have been finding their own ways to spend their days in the meantime — and that includes the Miami Heat's, Meyers Leonard

We have seen how various athletes in Miami have been staying in shape while their respective leagues having been suspended and having to stay away from their usual training facilities and environments.

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On March 11th, the NBA announced that it would be suspending the season as a result of the Coronavirus, and multiple professional sports leagues followed suit. In the time since, many people have transitioned to working from home, while other jobs have been dropped or suspended indefinitely. Wednesday afternoon the Miami Heat released an official statement regarding the fate of the team and arena part-time employee's pay.

Just a week ago, the Miami Heat was beginning to regain its footing from a few health issues in its roster. Tyler Herro had just come back from an ankle injury and veteran Andre Iguodala was just beginning to incorporate himself with his new team. 

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Just last month, Dwyane Wade's jersey was hung up in the rafters of the American Airlines Arena and became immortalized in Heat history. After winning three NBA titles and leaving his legacy within the franchise, the closing of Dwyane Wade's Miami Heat career was seen at the end of last season. Tuesday night, the Heat great took to Twitter to answer some questions his fans had for him and the answers give us some deets into the life of the basketball legend. 

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Commissioner Adam Silver made the announcement last week that the NBA would suspend its season for at least 30 days, setting forth a domino effect throughout the other major sports leagues in the United States.

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With the date of return for this NBA season is still a tentative 30 days away, the landscape of sports entertainment has us turning to plays of the past. It has been seven years since the Miami Heat won an NBA title. Fans can relive that magical season with one of ex Miami Heat players LeBron James' spectacular slam dunks.

Back in 2010, LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined Dwyane Wade in Miami, and together they began "the big three" era for The Heat. Bosh, James, and Wade went on to reach four consecutive NBA Finals, winning two consecutive titles in 2012 and 2013.

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The nation is being encouraged to remain indoors and practice social distancing right now to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, and that even includes some of your favorite athletes. Fortunately for us, one particular Inter Miami player, Roman Torres, was given a flashy pedicure during his time at home and shared it on his Instagram stories. And this might be exactly the kind of wholesome content we needed.

While the lack of new sports entertainment is real right now, there have been so many silver linings scattered across social media to keep us entertained these days — from cute cat videos to sneak peeks of our favorite stars enjoying some time in.

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The NBA took the lead among sports organizations last week by being the first major league in the U.S to suspend its season due to the Coronavirus. While some sports players are making home gyms to stay fit or going for a boat ride, others are posting memes that share how they may be feeling. Ex baller for The Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade, recently posted a photo that seems to encapsulate exactly how he and some other NBA fans are feeling without their sports entertainment right now.

Shortly after the NBA made its suspension announcement, MLS, NHL, and other sports organizations followed suit. The suspensions will last for at least 30 days, but a recent report from ESPN states that a mid to late June return is looking like it might be in the cards for the NBA.

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Last Week MLS Commissioner Don Garber announced that the league would be suspending its 2020 season for at least thirty days due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The news came just days before Inter Miami was set to make its debut in front of the club's home crowd. While the games may be suspended, Inter Miami's Roman Torres is making no excuses regarding his fitness and is putting in some work during the break. 

Torres, a central defender, joined Inter Miami in December of last year. The 33-year-old is a two-time MLS Cup winner with the Seattle Sounders. The most recent of his titles coming as recently as last season.

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This is a strange time for the country and even the world. With common activities from our daily lives altered due to the Coronavirus outbreak, folks are just trying to find ways to occupy their time while staying safe. The same applies to Miami Heat players as they find creative ways to fill their day during the NBA suspension

The latest update from Commissioner Adam Silver regarding the remainder of the NBA season is that it will be suspended for up to 30 days. The initial news of a suspended NBA season came late Wednesday night last week.

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