Tag Archive: Miami Heat


Flo Rida Creates Miami Heat Anthem

Rapper Rick Ross has already declared himself the next Jack Nicholson, and will look to make a name for himself as the Miami Heat’s biggest fan. Post-arrival of James/Bosh, of course.

Fellow hip-hop artist Flo Rida apparently supports the Heat as well, releasing a song called “We Already Won,” featuring rhymes centered around the Heat’s trio.

If you ask me that’s a bold statement, but judging from his musical moniker I would assume Flo Rida is a big fan of Florida. Somewhere Jay-Z is shaking his head in disgust…or maybe that’s amusement.

Listen to the song and watch Dwyane Wade posterize Anderson Varejao below.

Follow The Sporting Rave on Twitter and “Like” The Sporting Rave Facebook Page.

Advertisements

Newly acquired Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is recognized around the NBA for making funny and creative YouTube videos, almost as much as he is known for his production on the court.

Bosh went on the ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ and took his shot-blocking ability with him. The two discussed Bosh’s new move and YouTube glory for a bit, but what ensued afterward has to my knowledge never been attempted before on a late night talk show.

Fallon challenged Bosh to a little one-on-one, as a basketball goal was provided on set. As you may have guessed the match was far from a competitive, but entertaining nonetheless.

Follow The Sporting Rave on Twitter and “Like” The Sporting Rave Facebook Page.

Dwyane Wade Goes On Jimmy Kimmel Live

One-third of the Miami Heat’s terrific trio managed to get away from all the hoopla in Miami, if only for one day. 

Of course he didn’t quite avoid the spotlight in Los Angeles either, as he appeared on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ to talk Miami Heat basketball.

The interview is divided into two segments.

As usual Kimmel provides the humorously blunt sarcasm, and D-Wade’s not too bad either.

Follow The Sporting Rave on Twitter and “Like” The Sporting Rave Facebook Page.

Rapper Lil Wayne may be in prison for charges stemming from gun possession, but that isn’t going to keep him from channeling his inner sports analyst.

The hip-hop star took to his blog to break down the Miami Heat and their revitalized roster. Seems like he knows what he’s talking about, excerpt from the post below, unedited.

I believe that this Miami team will be explosive as intended. Anything less than an NBA championship title will be uncivilized. 72-10 anybody?. Well with Wade at the 1 and Lebron at the 2 or vice versa even, or Mario Chalmers at the 1, Wade at the 2, and Bron at the 3… Wow! Not to mention that I didn’t mention Bosh, who can live at the 4 or 5. Zone defense will be a must against this team. That’s 3 players on the court that commands a double team. Just imagine those guys on a fast break, the defender back peadaling… Wade can take it to the hole or throw it up and you know Bron. Bron is going to get it… or dish it back to a trailing Chris Bosh who will definitely finish at the rim… again, wow! Or how about Wade at the 3-point line, Bosh setting the pick, and Lebron in the passing lane. And if you collapse on them, don’t forget that Chalmers can knock down the shot. I bet that they lead the league in alley-oops. And they’re all young! Scary! Hey, what if Pat Riley returns to the sidelines and it ends up being the Lakers vs. Heat in the finals? Riley vs. Jackson! Epic! Gasol on Bosh, Ron-Ron on Bron-Bron, and Kobe on Wade… wow!

Weezy also took on the Bulls, Celtics, Knicks, Timberwolves, and Warriors. I did however begin to question his knowledge of the game when he used the words “stacked” and “Milicic” in the same sentence, regarding talent as opposed to construction work.

 Follow The Sporting Rave on Twitter and “Like” The Sporting Rave Facebook Page.

Check out The Sporting Rave on Twitter and Facebook, if you’re into that kinda thing.

The new big three, aka LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade, have already been at the center of attention in the sports world for the past week, and now tales of their companionship is venturing out into the music industry.

Rapper ‘The Game’ has released a new song called “M.I.A.,” and as of now that is the only known reference to the Miami Heat’s terrific threesome.

The lyrics go “I keep three heats on me, 45, Glock, and the gauge, LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and D-Wade. Any n**** try to stunt, get sprayed.”

So yeah, not the deepest or most thoughtful lyrics you’ve ever heard, but nonetheless it’s always interesting to see sports references in music. I’m just waiting for the first “The Decision” reference. Wouldn’t surprise me if it came from the Bloodhound Gang.

Check out The Sporting Rave on Twitter and Facebook, if you’re into that kinda thing.

Last night LeBron James held a one-on-one interview with Jim Gray on ESPN to announce “The Decision,” as the program was aptly titled.

The announcement was held at The Boys and Girls Club in Greenwich, Connecticut, but LeBron still wasn’t the only celebrity present.

Surprisingly enough Kanye didn’t interrupt LeBron during his announcement, although the interview that was conducted could hardly be more dramatic than it already was.