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.
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Don Slesnick, president and chair of the Orange Bowl Committee with Wisconsin's Paul Chryst and Miami's Mark Richt at the 2017 Capital One Orange Bowl Head Coaches press conference at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel on Wednesday, December 6, 2017.
Jim Hill and his wife Bonnie, a Clemson grad, met 15 years ago when he moved to Greenville, S.C., from Fort Lauderdale. Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017, they were in Charlotte for the ACC Championship to cheer against each other.