From 1997: Miami Heat's John Crotty passes the ball past Portland's Kenny Anderson during first half action at the Arena. Crotty will take over as Heat TV analyst next season.
From 1997: Miami Heat's John Crotty passes the ball past Portland's Kenny Anderson during first half action at the Arena. Crotty will take over as Heat TV analyst next season. DAVID BERGMAN Herald Staff
From 1997: Miami Heat's John Crotty passes the ball past Portland's Kenny Anderson during first half action at the Arena. Crotty will take over as Heat TV analyst next season. DAVID BERGMAN Herald Staff
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Heat names Crotty new TV analyst; NBC-6 hires Kuperstein’s replacement

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