As hundreds of fans swept through the arena’s Heat store Friday as the team honored Dwyane Wade and sold Wade merchandise for $13, most had the same thought: The Heat’s front office in general, and president Pat Riley in particular, did not prioritize Wade enough.
Heat fans remember Dwyane Wade's time in Miami
UM quarterback Malik Rosier on his game and Syracuse
UM linebacker Zach McCloud talks Syracuse
Heat's Goran Dragic says Heat can't make excuses with Whiteside out
Hassan Whiteside discusses the bone bruise in his left knee
Heat forward Justise Winslow after Heat’s loss to Magic in season opener
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra after Heat’s 116-109 loss to Magic
Goran Dragic laments Heat's defensive breakdowns in loss to Magic
Heat's Kelly Olynyk on first game with Heat
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra prior to season opener
Band rocks finance education
Dragic excited about the start of the season Wednesday
Thousands line up for food aid outside of Tropical Park
Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside discusses the bone bruise in his left knee on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, that will keep him out of Saturday's home opener. Spoelstra said Hassan Whiteside has a bone bruise after bumping knees with Orlando Magic center Nikola Vucevic on Wednesday.
The Heat's third-year forward hosted the Justise Winslow Invitational Clinic for local South Florida youth Saturday Oct. 14, 2017 on the Heat's practice court at AmericanAirlines Arena. More than 50 local fifth and sixth graders participated. The clinic was part of the mission of the Robin’s House Family Foundation, founded by Winslow's mother Robin Davis, to encourage and guide children and young adults to discover their highest potential through education, recreation, and community outreach.