With the Heat down one and only seconds left, the ball was right where you want it—in LeBron James’ hands and he was going up against Nets’ rookie Mason Plumlee.
Tennis excitement has hit Key Biscayne just ahead of the Sony Open’s start Wednesday.
On the night the Florida State Seminoles won the national title in Pasadena, running back Devonta Freeman had a message for the Miami folks back home.
Mario Chalmers is used to hearing cheers from the home crowd—but the cheers heard at the YMCA in South Dade is a whole different feeling for the Heat player.
Marlins’ Young Ace Jose Fernandez had an emotional reunion with his grandmother from Cuba after six years of being apart.
Nationwide, Jonathan Martin has become the lightning rod for the popular debate about bullying, and whether the NFL’s macho culture needs a makeover. But to some South Floridians, the beleaguered Dolphin is something more.
It has been a long off-season for the University of Miami women’s basketball team. Four members were injured in a terrifying car crash over the summer which caused a lot of angst for their teammates and the head coach. But the women are on the road to recovery.
We celebrate the champs by looking back at the big Post-Game 7 celebration, and look ahead to Monday’s parade with CBS4 Sports Anchor Jim Berry.
At Barry University, there’s plenty to hoop and holler about these days. Both the men’s and tennis teams are ranked number one in the NCAA Division two rankings.
The conversation that set social media sites like Twitter ablaze after the Heat game Sunday night was not so much the performance of the players, but the style choices of its biggest star.