The Miami Heat want to bring back the entire team for a run at a three-peat next season. But, with a new luxury tax system in place, the question for the Heat is how much is Micky Arison willing to pay to keep the team together.
One day after celebrating his team’s second straight NBA Championship, Miami Heat owner Micky Arison is in the news again Tuesday. It’s not related to the Heat; instead it’s his other job that has him making waves in the business world
The streets of downtown Miami were white hot Monday morning as the 2013 NBA Champion Miami Heat celebrated a second-straight title with Heat fans everywhere.
Forbes Magazine has released its annual list of the nation’s richest people and two South Florida sports owners made the top 100 Richest Americans.
The Miami Heat have just finished one of the most impressive postseasons in team history en route to an NBA championship. But, according to Heat owner Micky Arison, the team is likely to lose money again this year, according to CNBC.
If you were hoping to see Miami Heat tickets or Carnival Cruise Line tickets go down in price; you’re probably going to be out of luck for the coming year.
Thursday night was supposed to be when South Florida sports fans could finally welcome back a team that is committed to winning, the Miami Heat.
Miami Heat owner Micky Arison was fined $500,000 for his Twitter comments on the never-ending NBA lockout. But if some NBA owners had their way, Arison would have been hit in the pocketbook even harder.
An unlikely combination of people are beginning to voice their opposition to the growing movement to bring resort style gambling to the Sunshine State.