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POLL: Vote for the top ALL-USA Boys Basketball Shooting Guard of all-time

Over the next few weeks, USA TODAY High School Sports will unveil its nominees for the American Family Insurance 35th Anniversary ALL-USA Boys Basketball Team. 137 more words

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A-Listers & Hall Of Famers All In To Help Students, Raise $700K

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A group of A-Listers and Hall of Famers playing poker raised enough money to help nearly two dozen students in minutes. 203 more words

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Shane Battier didn't always think he would stay in Miami, but now he considers it 'home'

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — When Shane Battier signed with the Heat in the 2011 offseason, he saw Miami as a temporary home.

More than six years later, Battier is still a South Florida resident. 552 more words

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Shane Battier didn't always think he would stay in Miami, but now he considers it 'home'

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — When Shane Battier signed with the Heat in the 2011 offseason, he saw Miami as a temporary home.

More than six years later, Battier is still a South Florida resident. 552 more words

Miami Heat

Big saltie reminder of dangers at inlet

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Croc Territory

The Art of the Intangible

Duke alum and retired NBA player Shane Battier provides an insight into why ‘underdogs’ win.

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