New Heat players meet Miami, Chris Bosh parties it up in Malibu, Eva Longoria spotted dining

08/11/2014 5:40 PM

09/17/2014 5:58 PM

New Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson was spotted staying and signing at downtown’s chichi Hotel Beaux Arts Miami, located directly above the JW Marriott Marquis Miami on the 39th floor. Johnson was seen signing his new Miami Heat contract in the hotel’s swanky lounge. Also spotted onsite was new Miami Heat Guard Shabazz Napier, who stayed at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami, where he practiced on the hotel’s NBA-approved basketball court during his negotiation period with the Heat last month.

Meanwhile, Chris Bosh is still jet setting, this time in Malibu where he joined Haute Living magazine Thursday to celebrate the opening of Westime Malibu, a high end watch store, at Nobu Malibu. Hosted by July/August cover star and music mogul David Foster, Bosh and wife Adrienne Bosh were there with Westime CEO John Simonian and Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of swanky watch company Hublot, a Bosh fave and company for which teammate Dwyane Wade serves as “brand ambassador.”

Rapper Wiz Kalifa was spotted Saturday night surrounded by a bevy of beautiful women at his Hennessy V.S. hosted pre album release event at Dream Nightclub.

New Los Angeles Lakers player Carlos Boozer was spotted early Sunday morning partying at E11even Miami in the famous party pit with a huge group of friends. Our spies tell us at 6:45 a.m. he tipped the waitress over $1,000, but was still going strong, ordering shots of Don Julio tequila and bottles of Grey Goose and Ciroc Peach.

Ex heavyweight champ of the world, Lennox Lewis, had dinner Saturday at The Forge. On Sunday, director Michael Bay was there having dinner and drinks.

Eva Longoria had dinner Thursday at Katsuya with, says our spy, an “older gentleman with a scruffy beard.” The two were offered a big table in the center of the restaurant but she requested a small banquet. Said gent, however, appeared to be just a friend.

About Lesley Abravanel

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Lesley Abravanel covers nightlife in her weekly column, Velvet Underground, in which she scopes the scene for stars, scandal and social studies. A former wanna-be clubkid in the late 80s NYC club scene heyday, she skipped town for Miami, where she's been since 1990--the so-called halcyon days of South Beach clubdom.

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