Miami Heat guard Wayne Ellington congratulates Jackson Mansfield (Gulliver Prep), Orli Algranatti (Scheck Hillel Community School), Zoe Meltz (St. Rose of Lima Middle School), Julian A. McQuirter (Parkway Middle School), and Walter Brinkley Jr. (Heritage Elementary School) for being the January Academic/Sportsmanship Team Player honorees via the three-time world champion Heat in partnership with Gatorade and The Miami Herald. These standout student athletes were later honored at mid-court before tip-off of the Heat/Dallas Mavericks game at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami Heat guard Wayne Ellington congratulates Jackson Mansfield (Gulliver Prep), Orli Algranatti (Scheck Hillel Community School), Zoe Meltz (St. Rose of Lima Middle School), Julian A. McQuirter (Parkway Middle School), and Walter Brinkley Jr. (Heritage Elementary School) for being the January Academic/Sportsmanship Team Player honorees via the three-time world champion Heat in partnership with Gatorade and The Miami Herald. These standout student athletes were later honored at mid-court before tip-off of the Heat/Dallas Mavericks game at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami Heat guard Wayne Ellington congratulates Jackson Mansfield (Gulliver Prep), Orli Algranatti (Scheck Hillel Community School), Zoe Meltz (St. Rose of Lima Middle School), Julian A. McQuirter (Parkway Middle School), and Walter Brinkley Jr. (Heritage Elementary School) for being the January Academic/Sportsmanship Team Player honorees via the three-time world champion Heat in partnership with Gatorade and The Miami Herald. These standout student athletes were later honored at mid-court before tip-off of the Heat/Dallas Mavericks game at the AmericanAirlines Arena.

Miami Heat honors Algranatti, Brinkley, Mansfield, McQuirter, Meltz

February 08, 2017 12:27 AM

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