Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers, a two-time NBA champion, congratulates from left, Bay Harbor Islands’ Evan Mendelson (Miami Country Day School), Miami’s Sal Stewart (Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy), Miami’s Jack Furman (Virginia A. Boone Highland Oaks Elementary School), Miami’s Julieta Martinez (Springview Elementary School) and Pembroke Pines’ Maylizze Santos (Our Lady of the Lakes School). They were honored as the Miami Heat/Miami Herald February Academic/Sportsmanship Team Players in conjunction with Gatorade, before the Heat/Philadelphia 76ers game at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers, a two-time NBA champion, congratulates from left, Bay Harbor Islands’ Evan Mendelson (Miami Country Day School), Miami’s Sal Stewart (Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy), Miami’s Jack Furman (Virginia A. Boone Highland Oaks Elementary School), Miami’s Julieta Martinez (Springview Elementary School) and Pembroke Pines’ Maylizze Santos (Our Lady of the Lakes School). They were honored as the Miami Heat/Miami Herald February Academic/Sportsmanship Team Players in conjunction with Gatorade, before the Heat/Philadelphia 76ers game at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers, a two-time NBA champion, congratulates from left, Bay Harbor Islands’ Evan Mendelson (Miami Country Day School), Miami’s Sal Stewart (Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy), Miami’s Jack Furman (Virginia A. Boone Highland Oaks Elementary School), Miami’s Julieta Martinez (Springview Elementary School) and Pembroke Pines’ Maylizze Santos (Our Lady of the Lakes School). They were honored as the Miami Heat/Miami Herald February Academic/Sportsmanship Team Players in conjunction with Gatorade, before the Heat/Philadelphia 76ers game at the AmericanAirlines Arena.

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