What LeBron, Wade, and Bosh Mean To The Rest Of Miami Sports

July 10th, 2010 by Thomas Galicia Leave a reply »
Whoa! Thursday night I awoke from a two and a half week slumber to the sounds of people celebrating on the streets. What's going on? Any big news? Did Fidel finally die?

Oh, we signed some guy from Akron, Ohio. Good to have Jason Taylor back on the dolphins, I knew he wouldn't be able to stand New York for that long.

All kidding aside, the formation of the Miami SuperFriends has been a boom not just to the Heat but to South Florida as a whole.

Heat season tickets are sold out, and good luck getting individual game tickets.

One team that has taken advantage of that is the Florida Panthers, who unveiled a new promotion: select lower bowl season ticket seats will cost $23. Upper bowl seats will cost $6. They also go on to mention in the advert that Heat games will be sold out, but that plenty of seats will be available at the Bank Atlantic Center for Panthers games.

The Panthers do stand to benefit from LeBron signing with the Heat for another reason. Even with the few individual tickets that will go on sale (and eventually sell out) once the NBA's schedule is released either later this month or in early August, some fans mig ...

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