Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem congratulates (from left) Tyler McCray (Frank C. Martin K-8 International School), Eric Villanueva (John I. Smith K-8 Center), Bailey Koch (Falcon Cove Middle School), Arella Zambrano (Conchita Espinosa Academy) and Ahava Greenbaum (Hochberg Preparatory School) for being the January honorees of the Miami Heat-Miami Herald Academic & Sportsmanship Team Player program in conjunction with Gatorade. The standout student athletes were honored before the Heat’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem congratulates (from left) Tyler McCray (Frank C. Martin K-8 International School), Eric Villanueva (John I. Smith K-8 Center), Bailey Koch (Falcon Cove Middle School), Arella Zambrano (Conchita Espinosa Academy) and Ahava Greenbaum (Hochberg Preparatory School) for being the January honorees of the Miami Heat-Miami Herald Academic & Sportsmanship Team Player program in conjunction with Gatorade. The standout student athletes were honored before the Heat’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Photo By Jim Varsallone
Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem congratulates (from left) Tyler McCray (Frank C. Martin K-8 International School), Eric Villanueva (John I. Smith K-8 Center), Bailey Koch (Falcon Cove Middle School), Arella Zambrano (Conchita Espinosa Academy) and Ahava Greenbaum (Hochberg Preparatory School) for being the January honorees of the Miami Heat-Miami Herald Academic & Sportsmanship Team Player program in conjunction with Gatorade. The standout student athletes were honored before the Heat’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Photo By Jim Varsallone

Miami Heat honor Ahava Greenbaum, Bailey Koch, Tyler McCray, Eric Villanueva, Arella Zambrano

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