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graphic design/artist/photographer what i’m good at

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where i’ve worked

JTAA - youth soccer/volleyball referee Eagle News - production manager FGCU mac lab - student assistant Metromix - photographer Sun Sentinel - Page Design (Intern) Florida Weekly - Graphic Designer

education

(2005-2007) (2009-2013) (2011-2013) (2011-2012) (June - August, 2013) (Sept. 2013 - Present)

Jupiter High School Bachelor of Art at Florida Gulf Coast University ACP college newspaper convention 2010 Louisville and 2012 Chicago


page design Associated Press honorable mention for college newspaper advertising 2011

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These are my favorite samples from my work with Eagle News, the student newspaper at FGCU. The top is an advertising booklet detailing dates, demographics, rates, sizes, packages, and guidelines. All of the information was given as raw data. The bottom three pages consist of two special sections that required a large illustration and one advertisement for our iPad app.


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Changes loom in 2014 for ACC bowls The 15 football-playing ACC schools will contend for seven spots in bowl games starting in 2014 under a new plan. The Orange Bowl will continue to play host to the league champion unless it makes the new four-team playoff. That contract will span the next 12 seasons. Additional partnerships are expected to be finalized soon, but the ACC released the list of seven that’ll be in effect next season. The ACC bowl options include: Orange Bowl, Russell Athletic Bowl (Orlando), Sun Bowl (El Paso), Belk Bowl (Charlotte), Music City Bowl (Nashville), Gator Bowl (Jacksonville) and Pinstripe Bowl (New York City).

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Two former Palm Beach County kicking standouts are in the running for one of college football’s premier postseason awards. Earlier this week, Michigan’s Brendan Gibbons, a Cardinal Newman alum, and Auburn’s Cody Parkey, a Jupiter grad, were named to the Lou Groza award preseason watch list. Gibbons was a 2012 Groza semifinalist. He converted 16 of 18 field goals last season, while Parkey was 11 of 14 and set a career long with a pair of 46-yarders. Both won honors as PBC’s Place-kicker of the Year while in high school.

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SEASON Top 50 players on the Dolphins’ training camp roster, which will have to be trimmed to 53 in September.

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DE Cameron Wake 1. This two-time Pro Bowl selection has tallied

43 sacks in his four NFL seasons, and despite being 31 there’s no sign he’s slowing down.

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WR Mike Wallace This speedster has accounted for 32 touchdowns in his four seasons with the Steelers, but he’ll need to settle into his new situation.

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CB Brent Grimes Grimes appears to be fully recovered from the Achilles tendon injury that limited him to one game last season for the Falcons. C Mike Pouncey 4. This former Gator, who is entering his third

season with the Dolphins, is developing into one of the NFL’s premiere centers. SS Reshad Jones 5. Jones had a breakout season in 2012, contrib-

uting 91 tackles, four interceptions, two forced fumbles and one sack. Can he do it again?

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so are his influences. But his pupil, Ireland, remains at the control of this carousel. Whether that’s a good thing can be debated till we’re dizzy — and already has. But ultimately this season will provide us a definitive answer to that question because if Miami can’t produce a winning record with this expensive, full-fledged makeover all hope is lost. However, Parcells believes the turbulent offseason the Patriots had should bring them back to the pack a little, providing a window of opportunity for Miami. “I think their division is such that they can be competitive, and even maybe have a chance to win it, so I’m hopeful that goes well for them,” Parcells said. “I do have a high regard for Steve Ross. I like him very much. I talk to him from time to time, and I certainly wish him well.” What Ross and South Florida deserves is what Parcells promised back in 2007, which is a franchise on a solid foundation. If one was in place this head-to-toe makeover wouldn’t be needed. But last year’s 7-9 team needed more speed, so the Dolphins gave Mike Wallace a $60 million contract, and made him one of the NFL’s highest paid receivers. An offensive line that lost Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Long needed to be fortified so the front office signed Tyson Clabo and Lance Louis and drafted former Tennessee standout Dallas Thomas in the third-round. The Dolphins needed more turnovers and gamealtering plays so the franchise signed younger and more athletic linebackers in Dannell Ellerbe and Philip Wheeler and drafted Florida’s Jelani Jenkins. Joe Philbin’s team needed to cover downfield better so Miami added former Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes and drafted two rookie cornerbacks, Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, early. The defense needed more pass rushing than the 42 sacks recorded last season so Miami traded up to select Oregon linebacker Dion Jordan third-overall, adding the prospect viewed as the 2013 draft’s top defender. Dan Carpenter broke down at the end of the season, so the Dolphins got a younger and cheaper kicker, selecting former Florida standout Caleb Sturgis in the fifth-round. Everything that was perceived as a problem with the old Dolphins has supposedly been fixed. There were so many new faces when the team began practicing back in April name tags were needed. “I think we’re confident, but we’re hungry,” said quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is entering his second season as the Dolphins’ starter. “We understand that it’s not going to come together overnight, but we have to put in the time during camp.” Problem is the 2013 squad has been built by the same architect that built the rosters that turned in four straight losing seasons. The true purpose of training camp and the exhibition season will be identifying what exactly, or who exactly will make this season any different than the previous four? Spending big doesn’t guarantee wins. Parcells did that his first two season in Miami with little success. What the Dolphins, and their fan base need is a way to get off this merry-go-round of mediocre. Only wins can do that.

DT Paul Soliai — Soliai serves as a pillar of 8. granite on the front line, helping the defense hold opponents to 4.0 yards per carry or fewer the

Chris Bosh’s summer of celebration took an exotic detour last week from a family excursion to France and Italy. The Miami Heat center, fresh off helping win a repeat championship, couldn’t pass up a chance to lend his talents to another formidable conquest: India. The nation of 1.2 billion is the next international frontier for the NBA, which has already established itself as a force in China and other foreign markets. Bosh has been to China several times, as an Olympian and with the Heat, as well as on promotional tours. A renaissance man

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CB Dimitri Patterson — Patterson started two games for the Dolphins late last season, and played well in his brief tenure. But his $4.5 million salary is roughly seven times what his competitors make. CB Nolan Carroll — Carroll has a history 34. of being a strong practice performer. But at times he’s been a liability in games, making it hard to

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RB Lamar Miller — This former UM standout averaged 4.9 yards per carry in his limited opportunities last season. Now he’s the first in line to become the featured back.

decide if he is fool’s gold or not?

OG John Jerry — This 2010 third-round 35. pick has started 29 games in his three seasons, but his constant battle with his weight, and

P Brandon Fields — Fields, who averaged a career-best 50.2 yards per punt and 41.2 net yards, has spent the past two seasons winning field position battles.

limited run blocking skills makes him a liability.

K Caleb Sturgis — The Dolphins drafted 36. this former Gators standout in the fifthround to replace Dan Carpenter, but the rookie will

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QB Ryan Tannehill — The Dolphins’ 2012 first-round pick was decent as a rookie starter last season, but Miami’s offense needs him to become more clutch in critical situations.

need to outshine the veteran in camp and the exhibition season.

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OLB Philip Wheeler — Miami signed 16. Wheeler to a lucrative free agent deal because of the 109 tackles and three sacks he tallied playing

RB Mike Gillislee — Gillislee turned his one promising season at the University of Florida into an opportunity to earn a spot on the 53 man roster. His skillset hints he could become a starter. TE Dion Sims — The Dolphins hope Sims, a 2013 fourth-round pick, will become an effective in-line blocker who can be paired with a pass catching specialist.

OLB Koa Misi — Misi was one of the team’s 17. most improve players last season, benefiting from a switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 scheme. Will this

CB Jamar Taylor — Miami’s secondround pick missed most of the offseason program because of a hernia injury, so the rookie cornerback has some catching up to do.

CB Richard Marshall — Marshall started 18. four games, contributing 17 tackles and one interception before suffering a season-ending back

CB Will Davis — Davis has a ton of raw athleticism, but he struggled at times during training camp. Maybe he’ll play better when the speed of the game slows down.

FS Chris Clemons — Clemons has started 19. 22 games in his four seasons with the Dolphins, and is coming off a breakout year where he

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DT Jared Odrick — The Dolphins’ 2010 15. first-round pick has contributed 11 sacks, one interception and forced one fumble in his two healthy seasons. This year he’ll play inside more.

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and he’ll likely continue in his role as Miami’s plug-and-play offensive lineman.

OT Tyson Clabo — This nine-year veteran 21. has been one of the NFL’s better starting right tackles for the past few seasons. His presence should

OLB Jason Trusnik — This NFL journeyman is viewed as Miami’s special teams leader, so his solid play as that unit’s leader supersedes his impact as a linebacker.

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OT Dallas Thomas — The Dolphins selected Thomas in the third-round of the ‘13 draft to serve as the primary backup at left tackle and left guard.

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DT Vaughn Martin — Martin, who started 27 games with the Chargers the past two seasons, was signed this offseason to fortify the front line’s depth.

kind of impact in year one.

Serena Williams. The only reason she’s not any higher is her story starts and is defined on the hard courts of Compton, Calif. That’s where her father, Richard, began teaching his daughters tennis. She’s won 16 Grand Slams and been the dominant player in women’s tennis for a remarkable stretch.

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Chris Evert. Before winning 18 Grand Slam titles, Evert was the Florida state high school champ for St. Thomas Aquinas. Her roots are here. She learned to play from her father, Jimmy, a tennis instructor, at Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale. No homegrown Jim Langer. Halldid of Fame athlete more in the broad world of sports than of the 1970s Dol17. center phins. One interesting tidbit to “Chris America. ” his career. Like Larry Little and

Paul Warfield. If he played more than four Dolphins seasons, he’d be much higher. The best pure athlete on the 1970s Dolphins, Warfield brought world-class speed (he passed on a trip to the ’64 Olympics for the NFL) and such an intellectual view of football that he helped a young Bob Griese to read complex defensive coverages.

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Bob Kuechenberg, Langer was picked off the scrap heap after being cut by Cleveland.

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Ted Hendricks. University of Miami players are judged on their impact only at the school in this list. Hendricks is the school’s lone three-time AllAmerican — and he played in an era where freshmen were ineligible. He leads the school in tackles by a non-linebacker (227).

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Sanya Richards-Ross. With her story still being written, Richards-Ross won the gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics in the 400 meters. She has won three Olympic golds in the 4x400-meter relay. The St. Thomas Aquinas alum was named the National High School Female Athlete of the Year in 2002.

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DE Derrick Shelby — Shelby, who signed as an undrafted rookie free agent last year, was one of camp’s pleasant surprises. But he barely made any impact in 16 games last year.

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SS Jimmy Wilson — Wilson, a hardhitting safety trapped in a cornerback’s body, will push for a starting safety spot, and to retain his nickel cornerback role.

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TE Michael Egnew — Concerns about his toughness limited Egnew to two games last season. This former third-round pick will need to excel to keep his roster spot.

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OLB Jelani Jenkins — The former UF standout needs to stay healthy, and excel as a special teams contributor to earn a spot on the 53-man roster.

RB Daniel Thomas — Thomas has 28. rushed for 906 yards and scored four touchdowns in his first two NFL seasons. But the 2011

second-round pick has a dismal 3.5 yards per carry average.

Vinny Testaverde. The Heisman Trophy quarterback helped take Miami into the national spotlight for good in the Jimmy Johnson Era. Testaverde was 21-1 as a starter and combined athleticism, size and talent to become the NFL’s top draft pick.

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distance. year he was eligible. This brings up who isn’t on the list. Ray Lewis, for example. He might be the best defensive Driskel’s opponent — player in inthis case a NFL history. But the rule of the list is college players were graded only by what they— did in college. had a chance. 160-pound wild hog never Lewis was great in college. A three-year starter. All-America his final, junior season. frustrated,” But he didn’t “I was getting a little 22.Driskel make the cut. Who else didn’t? The Marlins’ Josh Beckett,during the pitching hero 2003 World Series. recalled aof the recent interview. “We There’s the other debate. But ignore your beating heart and look atclose the cold, dryto numbers. Beckett won were more getting going in and it was than nine games just once in his five seasons the Marlins. He was 2-2 that 2003 postseason gettingwith dark. We saw one in an open field. (though with a 2.11 ERA). He pitched a shutout in Yankee Stadium, his secWe tried toinsneak it and it heard us, so ond win the series, up to sealon the title. Does one

Venus Williams. Winner of seven Grand Slam titles, Serena’s older sister took over tennis when she burst on the scene and, like her sister, managed her career in a way to enjoy longevity beyond most tennis players.

C Josh Samuda — This former Holly47. wood Hills standout made the 53-man roster as an undrafted rookie free agent last year. He’ll need

RB Marcus Thigpen — This former CFL standout set Dolphins records as a returner in his first NFL season. What will this speedy scatback do in his second act?

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DE Olivier Vernon — This former UM standout flashed at times in his rookie season, contributing 32 tackles, 3.5 sacks and forcing one fumble. But he’ll need to become more consistent.

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Zach Thomas. One of the most popular Dolphins, Thomas was a seven-time Pro Bowl selection and the franchise’s all-time tackling leader. Not bad for a fifth-round pick who was expected to help on special teams.

Bob Kuechenberg. No Dolphin started in more big games than Kuechenberg, as

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Shaquille O’Neal. He arrived in South Florida firing a water gun from the cab of a semi truck, finished second in MVP voting in 2005 and helped win a title in 2006. As good as that was, he also is known for being challenged to a fight by Pat Riley, and for being in the middle of Stan Van Gundy’s departure.

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Miguel Cabrera. One in the many what-could-havebeen Marlins, Cabrera hit .313 in his Marlins career, tops of the franchise. His .929 OPS (sluggingplus-on-base percentage) is second. A four-time All-Star, he also had four postseason home runs in 2003 when he was 20.

legendary moment get you in the room? Not when I’m the doorkeeper. Which tells how tough the cut is. Tim Hardaway is No. 21. Miguel Cabrera is No. 22. Cabrera is the first Marlin on the list. John Vanbiesbrouck is the first Panther at No. 27. Rick Barry is the only University of Miami basketball player at No. 24. Sanya Richards-Ross is the top Olympian at No.15. And there’s a horse, Cigar, at No. 38. Debating the greatest ever in a region is something like figuring the greatest ever in a sport. It’s a fool’s errand. There is no greatest ever when you weigh eras, positions, teams, opponents and changes to the game. But it’s fun to debate. Ted Williams, the great Boston baseball player, said his one goal was to walk down the street and have people say, “There goes Ted Williams, the greatest hitter who ever lived.” Williams wasn’t better than Barry Bonds, was he? Sports sparks conversation like that. Sports is a conversation, mainly, if you’re not on the field. What player is better? Which championship was more exciting? Who are the Top 50 players in South Florida sports history? Doug Betters is No. 49. Bennie Blades is No. 50. Poor Udonis Haslem. The three-time NBA champion and part of the Heat’s fabric just misses the cut. He’s No. 51. At least on my list.

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Ed Reed. He got the final from Miami coach Butch Davis in 1997 when another recruit backed out. He went on to start the secondmost games (48) in school history, lead the school in interceptions (21) and was a two-time AllAmerican.

Rick Barry. The hands-

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University of Miami basketball program, Barry led the nation with a 37.4-point scoring average when named All-American in 1965. The team didn’t play in the NCAA Tournament as it was on probation.

Jack Nicklaus. You could argue he should be off the list as he attended high school and college and has his golf tournament in Columbus, Ohio. You could argue he belongs to South Florida as much as anyone as he raised his children and set up business in Palm Beach. So it’s a split vote. Which is why he’s halfway on the list.

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Gary Sheffield. The Marlins’ first major acquisition, Sheffield gave an expansion team a hitting star and its first All-Star. He anchored the lineup from 1993 to 1998, including for the 1997 World Series championship. His 1996 season of on-base percentage (.465) and slugging percentage (.624) remain franchise highs.

Kerr also was ranked No. 1 in the world three times in 2010.

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Mark Clayton. The eighth-round draft pick

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(550), receiving yards (8,869) and touchdowns (82). A mix of quickness, toughness and feistiness, Clayton was a five-time All-Pro selection.

Mike Lowell. He ranks first on the Marlins for

30. RBI and second in total bases, home runs and

extra-base hits. He also set a tone of professionalism that helped a young team win the 2003 World Series. A homegrown product in Miami, he also attended Florida International University.

Dontrelle Willis. When Willis was called up to the Marlins in the spring of 2003, the season turned around and they began a march to the World Series. He won 14 games that year, the first of five seasons of double-digit wins for the Marlins. The highlight was 2006 when he won 22 games and finished second in Cy Young voting.

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Cigar. In becoming the first horse since Cita-

Joey. The first American-born superstar in jai-

against elite competition, Cigar took a place in South Florida history as the top race horse. Of those 16 races, five came at Gulfstream and four were major stakes races.

City High student. Over the next 24 years, he revolutionized the game at South Florida’s jai-lai frontons with his aggressive play and patented kill shot.

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Cristie Kerr. The Coral Gables native has 16

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Dan Morgan. The Hurricanes’ all-time tackle leader, Morgan went right from Coral Springs Taravella High to the starting lineup of Miami. As a senior, he was All-American, the Big East Defensive Player of the Year and won the Nagurski, Bednarik and Outland trophies.

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Jake Scott. A Pro Bowl selection from the moment he arrived in 1970 through 1975, Scott still leads the franchise in interceptions. Tough? He played with two broken hands in Super Bowl VI. Clutch? He had two interceptions to seal the undefeated season in Super Bowl VII.

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Dick Anderson. In his nine years with the Dol-

36. phins, Anderson had 34 interceptions, one

behind Jake Scott for the franchise lead. He was named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year in 1973.

Jennifer Rodriguez. A Cuban-American raised

Hanley Ramirez. A three-time All-Star for the

speed skating and competed in four Winter Olympics. She won two bronze medals at Salt Lake in 2004. She also won a gold medal at the 2005 World Championships.

batting with a .342 average in 2009. He finished second in MVP voting that year.

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Bob Baumhower. He was the anchor of the

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tion, Baumhower had 888 tackles and 39 1⁄2 sacks in his career.

Michael Irvin. The Hurricanes’ career leader in touchdown receptions (26) despite leaving as a junior, "The Playmaker" was known for his big plays. None were bigger than his long touchdown catch at Florida State in 1986 that sparked perhaps the biggest comeback in school history.

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Pavel Bure. The lone, pure goal-scorer the Panthers have had in their history, the "Russian Rocket" scored 58 in 1999-2000 and 59 goals in 2000-2001. Bure only lasted a little more than three years with team. He remains the single greatest talent to play for the Panthers.

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Jeff Conine. “Mr. Marlin” had four hits in the

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with the Marlins with the 1997 championship. He returned for a second stint to help the Marlins to their second title in 2003. Only Luis Castillo played more games for the franchise than Conine, who had a .290 batting average while with the Marlins.

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Scott Mellanby. The team captain at the end of his Panthers years, Mellanby came to the Panthers in the 1993 expansion draft and his eight seasons coincided with the best years in the franchise. He was a solid goal scorer — twice scoring more than 30 for the Panthers — but was a stellar two-way player who was a central piece to the 1996 run to the Stanley Cup Finals.

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Walter Dix. At Coral Springs High, Dix set the state record in the 200 meters. That started a career that included three indoor and six outdoor NCAA titles while at FSU. He also won bronze medals in the 100 and 200 at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

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Luis Castillo. He played more games, scored more runs, had more hits, drew more walks, stole more bases and had more multi-hit games than any other Marlin. Part of that is him staying around long enough to amass the numbers. He started for the 2003 World Series champions and won three Gold Gloves at second base.

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Sean Taylor. As a freshman, he played on Miami’s 2001 championship team. As a sophomore, he starred on the team that lost to Ohio State in the championship game. As a junior, his final season, he led the team in tackles and tied for the nation’s lead with 10 interceptions in being named first-team All-America and the Big East’s Defensive Player of the Year.

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John Vanbiesbrouck. The first pick of the expansion draft, Vanbiesbrouck was a threetime All-Star with the Panthers and most remembered as the backbone of the magical 1996 run to the Stanley Cup Finals. In that year’s playoffs, he had a 2.25 goals-against average and a .932 save percentage.

spring and summer, Driskel split snaps with Jacoby Brissett until coaches decided during the season opener against Bowling Green to name Driskel their starting quarterback. To win 10 games — Driskel sat out Flori-

assist leader, a position Dwyane Wade passed.

Jason Taylor. Thirteen Dolseasons (15 total). One NFL Defensive Player of the Year award. Surely, a Hall of Fame berth. From the late-1990s to, well, now, he was one of the few bright spots in the franchise.

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WR Rishard Matthews — This seventh-round pick contributed 11 receptions for 151 yards in the eight games he played as a rookie. But Miami added more talented receivers.

WR Brandon Gibson — Gibson caught 51 passes for 691 yards and scored five touchdowns for the Rams last season. Miami signed him to replace Davone Bess in the slot.

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LeBron James. He’s only been in town three years. But is he too low? Has any other South Florida player ever been the hands-down top athlete in their game? And maybe the world? James has driven the Heat to three consecutive NBA Finals, two titles and made this franchise the most-watched American franchise in the world during this period.

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his “That was real exciting.” put it best in introducing Nick atGAINESVILLE — After missing he played in four of the franFormer Flanagan the Hall of Fame: Dad was too chise’s five Super Bowl appearlike who played definitive South Flori-Driskel small, too slow and didn’tmark listen ances. He played with a broken a Griese, couple ofon thetimes, Jeff was The Gators hope Driskel is as focused, too well to make that matter. His arm in the 1974 Super Bowl, frusda franchise? High star wide trating Minnesota’s Alan Page to work after football in founding The answeryet is simple. My column. My rules. My even more determined. unflappable and on target this fall during his the point Page was ejected from The Miami Project to Curediscouraged Paralyfloating formula for grading this area’s greatest athreceiver Justin the game. sis dwarfs anything he did in letes involves talent, success, longevity, local impact, a As the minutes ticked second season under center. Too often last sports. cup of historical perspective and maybeaway a pinch of and the sun Ferguson transfers personal subjectivity. Larry Little. Power,dipped speed below the horizon, the Florida Gatseason Driskel looked more like a deer Venus Williams is 13th. from Notre Dame to were the 11. and toughness Ted Hendricks is 14th. hallmarks of Little, a five-time All- quarterback Tim Hardaway. ors had one ofmore chance toFromwas1996 caught in the headlights. What? Hendricks is the first University Miami Pro selection who helped define Western Michigan. 21. to 2001, Hardaway the athlete on the list? A guy from the mid-1960s? Calm the Dolphins’ power running one who directed the Heat and spotting hisAll-target in the This was not entirely unexpected. Last down.himself, He’s the only Miami player to be named of the 1970s. He’sredeem comtook the biggest shots in games. Story, 6C. game pletely local, too, attending allAmerica three straight years — in other words, every He left as the franchise’s all-time

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HALLANDALE BEACH — The past year was full of mixed blessings for Davin Joseph. Starting with a major knee injury in a preseason game last summer, the Pro Bowl offensive lineman found a few fulfilling offfield activities. His expanded community service role continued Saturday at Hallandale High School for a second annual youth football camp at his alma mater. The Tampa Bay Buccaneer hopes to be back at full strength when training camp begins later this month and he’ll return with added perspective. He saw every one of his 9-year-old son Ali’s baseball games — something he couldn’t have done normally. But now, nearly a year after tearing his patellar tendon, Joseph’s smile can’t hide his excitement for a return to the football field. “I need to get hit again,” he said matter of factly. And he was never worried about the unfortunate circumstance ending his dream. A typical day involved two hours of rehab in the morning followed by another two hours of cardio. About 90 minutes of treatment wrapped things up. Washington Redskin Trent Williams, a former star at Oklahoma like Joseph, was at Hallandale High School as a guest coach for the clinic. He believes Joseph will be back to his old self this fall, saying he’s still in the top two at his guard position. “I think after seeing what Adrian Peterson did last year coming off totally tearing every ligament in his knee, that should just let you know how athletes can recover now a days,” the No. 4 overall pick in the 2010 draft said. And that doesn’t even account for the easily recognizable spirit Joseph exudes. He was a magnet for youth campers at his Saturday event and the smile rarely left his 6-foot-3, 313-pound frame.

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Dwight Stephenson. He was football’s dominant lineman of the 1980s. In an injuryshortened career, he was a major reason the Dolphins went to two Super Bowls and is considered the best center in NFL history.

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K Dan Carpenter — Carpenter has had a relatively solid five-year career with the Dolphins, making 81.9 percent of his field goal attempts. But his $2.7 million salary puts him on the hot seat.

WR Brian Hartline — He became the eighth player in Dolphins history to catch 1,000 yards worth of passes in a season. His intellect and savvy will help him continue to thrive.

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Alonzo Mourning. He has all the credentials — seven-time All-Star, two-time Defensive Player of the Year, one championship — and made a big impact in the community with his Overtown Youth Center.

Chris Bosh explores Mumbai tallied 98 tackles and two interceptions. during his trip to India this month. The OT Nate Garner — Garner’s versatility DE Dion Jordan — The third overall pick 42.frontier the Dolphins since 2008, has kept him onfor nation of 1.2 billion is the next international the NBA.

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Bob Griese. His Hall of Fame career includes two Super Bowls, an NFL Player of the Year award and six Pro Bowls. The Thinking Man’s Quarterback is best understood by two stats: (1) He passed seven times in the 1973 Super Bowl when the running game dominated. (2) He led the NFL in TD passes in 1977 when his arm was the best way to win.

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whose curiosity ranges far from the court, he was intrigued by the prospect of experiencing the other Asian giant. “I’m always interested in traveling the world, and any opportunity that comes up to spread the game of basketball and travel, I think that is the best of both,” Bosh said in a phone interview with the Sun Sentinel during his four days in Mumbai as special emissary of the NBA. “People are aware [of basketball.] Not as aware as China, but I think the love of the game is growing here. A lot of people here are interested in basketball. There are a lot of Heat fans. They were watching the Fi-

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ILB Dannell Ellerbe — Ellerbe had a breakout season in his one year as a starter with the Ravens. Miami gave him a $35 million contract to replace Karlos Dansby.

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Dan Marino is No. 1. Larry Csonka is No. 2. No questions, right? They belong at the top of South Florida’s Greatest Athlete list, right? Marino cackled with a football electricDave Hyde ity that won games, sold tickets and defined a new city. Csonka was the rugged face of the Glory Years of the ‘70s when the Dolphins put a national stamp on the region. Dwyane Wade is No. 3. LeBron James is No. 4. Here the debate begins. And it begins with LeBron. Some will say he’s too high since he’s played with the Heat only three years. Some will say he’s low considering his formidable feats in that time and the fact no one has been more athletic. Chris Evert is No. 5. 6. Bob Griese is No. 6. Let the debate run wild now. How do you weigh individual athletes like Evert, who belonged to the world, against team-sport Hall of Famers

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Larry Csonka. His thick, mustachioed, broken-nosed face became the identity of the 1970s Dolphins’ Super Bowl runs. He’s the franchise’s all-time rushing leader. Csonka’s physical running is understood by his twotouchdown, 33-carry, 145-yard effort in Super Bowl VIII. Even Don Shula named his dog, “Zonk.”

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Professional wrestler “Showtime” Eric Young goes spearfishing for lionfish off Fort Lauderdale in Sunday’s episode of “Off The Hook: Extreme Catches,” which airs at 8 p.m. on Animal Planet. Young also catches a 250-pound goliath grouper using a hand line off Boca Grande. Scuba diving with instructor Wes Gruver, Young shoots six lionfish using a pole spear. The underwater footage is excellent and educational.

Dan Marino. For 17 years, he lifted the Dolphins with his Hall of Fame career. If you believe sports help define communities, his electric passing game helped give South Florida a vibrant feel in the 1980s and 1990s. His lasting testament, however, might be his autism center that is considered the world’s best for helping children.

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There probably aren’t too many people who don’t love to eat lobster, which is why so many The beginFloridians love lobster miniseason. ning of an NFL The annual hunt for the tasty crustaceans, which season repreis Wednesday and Thursday, attracts tens of thousents optimism, sands of divers from and should throughout the state possess exciteto South Florida and ment and rethe Keys, where lobsters newed hope. are abundant and acThere’s cess to them is easy. Omar Kelly usually playThere are sevoff talk and eral reasons for aspirations for a division miniseason’s title. Maybe someone will popularity: whisper those two words It gives recreational divers few dare speak of in July ... the first crack at lobsters Super Bowl. since the recreational and As South Floridians commercial seasons closed we’ve been on this merryon April 1 and before go-round before, but it has those seasons reopen on Lobster been a while since the ride Aug. 6. has spun this fast. The Because lobsters have miniseason intensity has been turned not been harassed for The two-day up on the Dolphins courfour months, they have miniseason runs from tesy of the $150 million-plus makegrown bigger and less 12:01 a.m. Wednesday over Steve Ross’ checkbook has wary, so legal-sized lob- to midnight Thursday. provided. sters should be more A free agent spending spree isn’t numerous and easier to catch. the way to build a franchise, but it Outside of the Keys and Biscayne National Park, certainly does help one plug holes the daily bag limit is 12 lobsters. The regular season fast, creating excitement. limit is six. “They’re trying to definitely “We can get double our limit, so that makes it improve the team, and I’m sure kind of exciting,” said Jim “Chiefy” Mathie, of Deer6C | that everybody that’s involved is in field Beach, who said his best miniseason produced agreement with the course of 48 lobsters in one dive for him and his three dive action that they’re taking, so hope- DOLPHINS’ TALENT buddies.HAS “We get the opportunity to get a jump on IMPROVED fully it will work out for them,” the commercial guys so we can get a little stockpile said former Dolphins czar Bill going.” DT Randy — The Dolphins placed the TE Charles Clay — When this H-back is KELLYfounda6. franchise tagStarks 29. playing on Starks this offseason to ensure well he’s a dangerous seam threat, Parcells, who laid a fragile The is that it attracts that the defensive line remainsdownside the strength of the of miniseason who has scored five touchdowns in two seasons. But team. Clay’s consistency and blocking remain an issue. people who, caught up in the thrill of catching a tion before leaving the team in 2010. All that’s left of the Parcells era is General ManRichie Incognito — Miami’s starting left WR Armon Binns — This third-year See KELLY, 6Cof starters like Camager Jeff Ireland and a handful 7. OG 30.orreceiver guard for delicious the past three seasons finally got the forget the Dolphins found on the waiver dinner, ignore essential diving eron Wake, Brian Hartline, Reshad Jones, Chris recognition he deserves, earning a Pro Bowl spot in wire last year was one of the team’s top performers Clemons, Randy Starks and Richie Incognito. ‘12. this offseason. Will Binns keep it up when pads come safety rules. The Parcells era of the Dolphins is long gone, and on?

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The Ski Club of the Palm Beaches is headed to Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the 2013 Water Ski Southern Regionals. Wellington residents Samantha Dumala, Mark Bozicevic and John Shealy, and Phil Brodt of Boca Raton, four skiers who recently set state records at a local tournament, will anchor the 16-member team competing at the regionals beginning Wednesday. The skiers are preparing to host the Goode Water Ski Nationals for a second year from Aug. 13-17 out of their Okeeheelee Park location.

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to take Seikaly with their opening, first-round pick. He led the team in rebounds and scoring in five of its first six seasons. Doug Betters. The Dolphins’ defensive end

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Bennie Blades. The winner of the Jim Thrope Award as a senior, the Hurricane safety is second behind Ed Reed in career interceptions. The Piper High graduate was such an impact player at Miami that he was taken third overall in the 1988 NFL Draft by Detroit.

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Changes loom in 2014 for ACC bowls The 15 football-playing ACC schools will contend for seven spots in bowl games starting in 2014 under a new plan. The Orange Bowl will continue to play host to the league champion unless it makes the new four-team playoff. That contract will span the next 12 seasons. Additional partnerships are expected to be finalized soon, but the ACC released the list of seven that’ll be in effect next season. The ACC bowl options include: Orange Bowl, Russell Athletic Bowl (Orlando), Sun Bowl (El Paso), Belk Bowl (Charlotte), Music City Bowl (Nashville), Gator Bowl (Jacksonville) and Pinstripe Bowl (New York City).

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The Ski Club of the Palm Beaches is headed to Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the 2013 Water Ski Southern Regionals. Wellington residents Samantha Dumala, Mark Bozicevic and John Shealy, and Phil Brodt of Boca Raton, four skiers who recently set state records at a local tournament, will anchor the 16-member team competing at the regionals beginning Wednesday. The skiers are preparing to host the Goode Water Ski Nationals for a second year from Aug. 13-17 out of their Okeeheelee Park location.

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Two former Palm Beach County kicking standouts are in the running for one of college football’s premier postseason awards. Earlier this week, Michigan’s Brendan Gibbons, a Cardinal Newman alum, and Auburn’s Cody Parkey, a Jupiter grad, were named to the Lou Groza award preseason watch list. Gibbons was a 2012 Groza semifinalist. He converted 16 of 18 field goals last season, while Parkey was 11 of 14 and set a career long with a pair of 46-yarders. Both won honors as PBC’s Place-kicker of the Year while in high school.

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Professional wrestler “Showtime” Eric Young goes spearfishing for lionfish off Fort Lauderdale in Sunday’s episode of “Off The Hook: Extreme Catches,” which airs at 8 p.m. on Animal Planet. Young also catches a 250-pound goliath grouper using a hand line off Boca Grande. Scuba diving with instructor Wes Gruver, Young shoots six lionfish using a pole spear. The underwater footage is excellent and educational.

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Easy first round allows Wade to rest sore knee

First round vs. Milwaukee The defending NBA champions didn’t face much of a test in their opening series of the 2013 playoffs. The Heat earned double-digit victories in all four games against the Bucks. It was the first postseason sweep in the Big Three era, and comfortable margins enabled the Heat to give Dwyane Wade some rest.

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Eastern Conference semifinals vs. Chicago For the first time this postseason, the Heat were dealt a loss as Chicago opened the series with a win. But the Heat showed it could take a punch, dealing the Bulls their worst playoff loss in franchise history in Game 2. The 37-point margin of victory was a Heat postseason high.

Eastern Conference finals vs. Indiana The Heat’s biggest postseason test thus far came from the Pacers, who pushed Miami to a deciding Game 7. The series was marked by physical play, the struggles of Wade and Bosh, and league MVP James commenting he’d reverted to his “Cleveland days.” But the Heat made adjustments to advance.

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Top 50 players on—the Dolphins’ training camp roster,— Christy Cabrera Chirinos Christy Cabrera Chirinos which have trimmed to 53 in September. Gamewill 1, April 21: Heatto 110,be Bucks 87 Game 1, May 6: Bulls 93, Heat 86 Game 2, April 23: Heat 98, Bucks 86 Game 3, April 25: Heat 104, Bucks 91 Game 4, April 28: Heat 88, Bucks 77 Heat win, 4-0

Game 2, May 8: Heat 115, Chicago 78 Game 3, May 10: Heat 104, Chicago 94

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Wade’s effort clinches Game 5 win DE Cameron Wake MILWAUKEE — This was the preseason portion of This two-time MIAMI — Always,Pro for teams climbing the mountain, the playoffs. there are nights like this, when their breathing’s laIt was a challenge so soft that it did not even require Bowl selection has tallied bored, and their opponent plays hard, and there are Dwyane Wade or anything close to the best of the Heat healthy of doubt about whether they’re who for the sweep-completing 88-77 victory. 43 sacks in hisspasms four NFL everyone thinks they are. The meat of the playoffs arrived. “We’re going to being So despite it was late into Game 5 of the Heat’s 94-91 win to start to feel it,” forward Shane Battier said. seasons, and close out the playoff series against Chicago. You exBut that doesn’t mean there wasn’t meaning Game 31inthere’s no sign he’s sloweasy? You got strenuous. 4. ingchamdown. pected You expected a relaxed evening? You got Heat fans What this sweep showed, just as last season’s

Proving the early “Bird” gets the trophy, a young Chris Andersen fan gets his chance to hold the Larry O’Brien trophy in the corridor outside the Heat locker room Thursday night.

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Game 1, May 22: Heat 103, Pacers 102 (OT) Game 2, May 24: Pacers 97, Heat 93 Game 3, May 26: Heat 114, Pacers 96 Game 4, May 28: Pacers 99, Heat 92 Game 5, May 30: Heat 90, Pacers 79 Game 6, June 1: Pacers 91, Heat 77 Game 7, June 3: Heat 99, Pacers 76 Heat win, 4-3

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MIAMI — It was the final minutes of the final game and, as the crowd stood, as the applause rained, here came one final surprise of the Eastern Conference finals. James went to the bench. He wasn’t needed anymore. The beginThis difficult was NFL that easy by the end. James ning step of an kissed his fingers and raised a fist to the crowd as the Heat rolled to a 99-76 win in Game 7. jumping off their seats when Norris Cole hit a jump pionship showed, is that you can never have too much. season repreLeBron Voyage, Indiana. Hello, NBA Finals. shot, then ran down the lane with a dunk. And that sometimes, too much is just enough, no matter optimism, And sosents it goes on. The quest. The Heat spring. All the You expected the tough question of the night to be what David Stern seems to think. intoxicating drama. It’s Miami against San Antonio in whether a hurting Wade would play? No, this never was about overkill from Pat Riley and and should WR Mike Wallace the NBA Finals. The real question was: What would the Heat have Micky Arison, even if that was the outside impression. possess exciteIf a couple of days aren’t much time to prepare, the done without Wade? had a more efficient shooting It is how the Heat survived Chris Bosh’s absence This speedster hasHe acto prepare. The Heat took news is the Heat survived night than James. And the Heat needed every bit of during the middle of last season’s playoffs, how they ment and recounted for 32 touchdowns some big punches from Indiana. Wade’s two short floaters and slam dunk off an offencould comfortably go into Game 4 without Wade. newed hope. rebound in the final minutes to close out this game. But they stand with the crown still on their head, the “This is why we’re all here. We wanted something in his four sive seasons with the different for ourselves,” Wade said of feeling no presFinally, Chicago fell. words “defending champion” before their name, beThere’s Steelers, but“The he’ll need togame of my career,”Omar sure to push through his knee issue. toughest close-out said Kellycause when it mattered most they remembered who usually play— Ira Winderman night hid 5-for-14 shooting. they were, and the Big Three did it right from tip-off. settle intoJames, hiswhose new23-point situa-

There probably aren’t too many people who don’t love to eat lobster, which is why so many Floridians love lobster miniseason. The annual hunt for the tasty crustaceans, which is Wednesday and Thursday, attracts tens of thousands of divers from throughout the state to South Florida and the Keys, where lobsters are abundant and access to them is easy. There are sev— Dave Hyde — Dave Hyde off talk and eral reasons for tion. aspirations for a division miniseason’s title. Maybe someone will popularity: whisper those two words It gives recreational divers few dare speak of in July ... the first crack at lobsters CB Brent Grimes Super Bowl. since the recreational and Grimes appears to be won with Battier making six 3-point shots — as many Floridians commercial seasons closed fully recovered from than the Tougher 2012, As Southshots as he’d made in the previous six Finals games. won against a San Antonio team full of deservwe’ve been They on this merryon April 1 and before Achilles tendon injury that ing Hall of Famers, who kept matching the Heat shot butto sweeter but it has those seasons reopen on Lobster limited him one game as well go-round before, for shot Thursday night, moment for moment, until NBAthe Finals vs. San Antonio LeBron’s jumper provided been a while since the ride a 4-point cushion. Aug. 6. last season for Falcons. For much of the series, the Heat faced scrutiny after They won. hasthe spun this fast. The Because lobsters have miniseason not being able to win back-to-back games in either Those are the two words that matter. Erik Spoelstra conference finals or the NBA Finals. The teamintensity looked said the two greatest words in sports were “Game 7”? has been turned not been harassed for The two-day in trouble late in Game 6, but the season was salvaged Winning Game 7 makes it all the sweeter, all the better, four months, they have miniseason runs from after Ray Allen hit an improbable 3-pointer toup forceon the Dolphins the entire nightcoura memory to embrace. C Mike Pouncey overtime. Eventually, Miami picked up a pair of wins Every time the Heat tried to pull away in the fourth tesy of thequarter, $150the million-plus makegrown bigger and less 12:01 a.m. Wednesday andformer became just the fourth team in Finals history to Spurs answered right back. A bounce here, Thisrally Gator, over25.3 Stevea Ross’ checkbook wary, so legal-sized lob- to midnight Thursday. from a 3-2 deficit. Series MVP James averaged mistake there. That was thehas sliver of difference. That’s who is entering his third points, 10.9 rebounds, and 7.0 assists. how you want to win a championship, being asked to be provided. great sters should be more and delivering greatness. season with the Dolphins,— Christy Cabrera Chirinos A free agent spree isn’tWade and At onespending point late in the third quarter, numerous and easier to catch. is developing Gameinto 1, Juneone 6: Spursof 92, Heat 88 James hada scored 38 of the Heat’s the way toThat’s build franchise, butprevious it 43 points. Outside of the Keys and Biscayne National Park, 2, June 9: Heat 103, Spurs 84 a good starting recipe for success. But Thursday the NFL’s Game premiere cenGame 3, June 11: Spurs 113, Heat 77 certainly does help one plug holes it was the only recipe, and it put the season on the cliff. the daily bag limit is 12 lobsters. The regular season ters. Game 4, June 13: Heat 109, Spurs 93 They needed something from a supporting player? fast, creating excitement. limit is six. Game 5, June 16: Spurs 114, Heat 104 Here came a couple to help. Battier made shots. Then Game 6, June 18: Heat 103, Spurs 101 (OT) there was Chris Andersen. He was an ener“They’re trying to“Birdman” definitely “We can get double our limit, so that makes it Game 7, June 20: Heat 95, Spurs 88 gy pill again this night. Rebounds. Blocks. Defense on improve the and I’m sure kind of exciting,” said Jim “Chiefy” Mathie, of DeerHeat win, 4-3Jones Timteam, Duncan. He even SS Reshad 6C | took a charge on Manu Ginobili in the fourth quarter. that everybody that’s involved is in field Beach, who said his best miniseason produced Jones had a breakout Do or be done, that was the drama of this night, in so mencontribstanding once againagreementmany with ofscoreboard. In some 48 lobsters in one dive for him and his three dive morethe wayscourse than just the season inLast 2012, way, the futuretaking, of the Big Three was at stake. In many they’re so hopebuddies.HAS “We get the opportunity to get a jump on MIAMIfour — The jump shot from James wentaction into the that DOLPHINS’ TALENT IMPROVED uting 91 tackles, interways, the legacy of this Heat era was. net with 27.9 seconds left, and, as soon as it did,fully he it will work out for was them,” the commercial guys so we can get a little stockpile This championship harder. More taxing. Part pumpedforced his fist with a winner’s look, a champion’s ceptions, two fumwasDolphins Indiana and San Antonio pushed them to the maxczar Bill look, as the noise you’d only heard once beforesaid shookformer going.” DT Randy Starks — The Dolphins placed the TE Charles Clay — When this H-back is bles and one sack. Can he imum seven games, while only Boston did a year ago. KELLY AmericanAirlines Arena. 6. 29. playing franchise tag on Starks this offseason to ensure well he’s a dangerous seam threat, who laid a fragile foundaThe is that it attracts that the defensive line remainsdownside the strength of the of miniseason who has scored five touchdowns in two seasons. But Part was repeating is always more difficult. the do it again? San Antonio’s season was finally fading, andParcells, team. Clay’s consistency and blocking remain an issue. The regular season “just flew by,” Wade said. “But Heat’s star was rising, again, in this 95-88 win in Game people who, caught up in the thrill of catching a tion before leaving the team in 2010. the playoffs have been like Day. And we’re All that’s leftGroundhog of the Parcells era is General ManRichie Incognito — Miami’s starting left WR Armon Binns — This third-year 7 of the NBA Finals. See KELLY, ager Jeff Ireland and of starters 7. 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Chris Bosh’s summer of celebration took an exotic detour last week from a family excursion to France and Italy. The Miami Heat center, fresh off helping win a repeat championship, couldn’t pass up a chance to lend his talents to another formidable conquest: India. The nation of 1.2 billion is the next international frontier for the NBA, which has already established itself as a force in China and other foreign markets. Bosh has been to China several times, as an Olympian and with the Heat, as well as on promotional tours. A renaissance man

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HALLANDALE BEACH — The past year was full of mixed blessings for Davin Joseph. Starting with a major knee injury in a preseason game last summer, the Pro Bowl offensive lineman found a few fulfilling offfield activities. His expanded community service role continued Saturday at HallanPN Saturday, June 15, 2013 SunSentinel.com Sun Sentinel | 1B dale High School for a second annual youth football camp at his alma mater. Dwyane Wade. Three championships. The Tampa Bay Buccaneer hopes to be One NBA Finals Most Valuable Player back at full strength when training camp award. Nine times voted an All-Star. He begins later this month and he’ll return with gave reasons to watch the team through some added perspective. He saw every one of his dark seasons and, these past two years, reasons 9-year-old son Ali’s baseball games — somenever to dismiss him even through injury. Turtles have trouble nesting this season he couldn’t have done normally. Online thing Expect a hot, dry Father’s Day weekend But now, nearly a year after tearing his State wildlife officers will patrol Palm Beach County beaches this today Dad can expect to get sweaty on his special day, as it should be a weekend, after a high number of failed nesting attempts by sea patellar tendon, Joseph’s smile can’t hide @8 a.m.: hot Father’s Day weekend, with afternoon temturtles. Check out his excitement return peratures in the low 90s.for Evenathe evenings to the football The officers will walk the beaches and educate the public about some of the should be fairly warm, with readings in the the need to leave the giant reptiles alone while they lay eggs. field. best Instagram upper 70s. A higher number than average have emerged from the ocean and “I need to get hit again,” photos from At least it should be relatively dry. Thehe said matter of returned without layour readers, forecast calls for little chance of rain on ing eggs this year. Even factly. and submit Saturday and isolated showers and shining a bright light Andon Sunday. he was never about the LeBron James. only been in town your own. Sun storms Both days should worried be on a He’s turtle can discourSentinel.com mostly sunny. age herisfrom a unfortunate circumstance ending his three years.process But he nesting, too low? Has any /instagram Monday also should be on the dry that can take dream. A typical day involved two hours of side. to two hours. other SouthupFlorida player ever been the – Ken Kaye — David Fleshler rehab in the morning followed by another hands-down top athlete in their game? And maybe two hours of cardio. About 90 minutes of the world? James has driven the Heat to three treatment wrapped things up. consecutive NBA Finals, two titles and made this Washington Redskin Trent Williams, a franchise the most-watched American franchise in former star at Oklahoma like Joseph, was at the world during this period. Hallandale High School as a guest coach for the clinic. He believes Joseph will be back to his old self this fall, saying he’s still in the top two at his guard position. “I think after seeing what Adrian Peterson did last year coming off totally tearing every ligament in his knee, that Chris Evert. Before winning 18 Grand should just let you know how athletes can Slam titles, Evert was the Florida state recover now a days,” the No. 4 overall pick high school champ for St. Thomas in the 2010 draft said. Aquinas. Her roots are here. She learned to play Congressman Ted Deutch will join 25 other Dems in And that doesn’t even account for the from her father, Jimmy, a tennis instructor, at recognizable spirit Joseph exudes. only what they could buy with food stamps. easily Holiday Parkeating in Fort Lauderdale. No homegrown Commission hopesfor more He was a magnet youth campers “Peopleat his athlete did more in the broad world of sports than kids willevent read without Saturday and thefines smile rarely left his need to “Chris America.” Tomatoes By William E. Gibson 6-foot-3, 313-pound frame. still be $.90 By Andy Reid Washington Bureau

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FB Jorvorskie Lane — Lane was one of camp’s pleasant surprises last year, transCARLINE JEAN/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER forming himself from a late signee to a starter. But he Heat fans always knew LeBron needs to trim hisJames, waist lineDwyane to keep his job. ILB Dannell Ellerbe — Ellerbe had a and breakout Wade Chris Bosh were cut out to be champiK Dan Carpenter — Carpenter has had a season in his one year as a starter with the Thursday night, Heat Nationsolid showed thecareer with the relatively five-year Ravens. Miami gave him a $35 millionons. contract to world who their heroes are. Dolphins, making 81.9 percent of his field goal replace Karlos Dansby. attempts. But his $2.7 million salary puts him on the WR Brian Hartline — He became the hot seat. eighth player in Dolphins history to catch CB Dimitri Patterson — Patterson 1,000 yards worth of passes in a season. His intellect started two games for the Dolphins late last and savvy will help him continue to thrive. season, and played well in his brief tenure. But his TE Dustin Keller — When healthy Keller, $4.5 million salary is roughly seven times what his who averages 48 receptions in his previous five competitors make. seasons, is the type of tight end that gives linebackers CB Nolan Carroll — Carroll has a history nightmares. of being a strong practice performer. But at RB Lamar Miller — This former UM times he’s been a liability in games, making it hard to standout averaged 4.9 yards per carry in his decide if he is fool’s gold or not? limited opportunities last season. Now he’s the first in OG John Jerry — This 2010 third-round line to become the featured back. pick has started 29 games in his three P Brandon Fields — Fields, who averaged seasons, but his constant battle with his weight, and a career-best 50.2 yards per punt and 41.2 net limited run blocking skills makes him a liability. yards, has spent the past two seasons winning field K Caleb Sturgis — The Dolphins drafted position battles. this former Gators standout in the fifthQB Ryan Tannehill — The Dolphins’ 2012 round to replace Dan Carpenter, but the rookie will first-round pick was decent as a rookie starter need to outshine the veteran in camp and the last season, but Miami’s offense needs him to become exhibition season. more clutch in critical situations. RB Mike Gillislee — Gillislee turned his DT Jared Odrick — The Dolphins’ 2010 one promising season at the University of first-round pick has contributed 11 sacks, one Florida into an opportunity to earn a spot on the 53 interception and forced one fumble in his two healthy man roster. His skillset hints he could become a seasons. This year he’ll play inside more. starter. TE Dion Sims — The Dolphins hope OLB Philip Wheeler — Miami signed Sims, a 2013 fourth-round pick, will become Wheeler to a lucrative free agent deal because an effective in-line blocker who can be paired with a of the 109 tackles and three sacks he tallied playing pass catching specialist. for the Raiders. Can he recreate those numbers? CB Jamar Taylor — Miami’s secondOLB Koa Misi — Misi was one of the team’s round pick missed most of the offseason most improve players last season, benefiting program because of a hernia injury, so the rookie from a switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 scheme. Will this ROBERT cornerback has some catching up to do. DUYOS/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER three-year starter continue to blossom? Heat center Chris Bosh hadCB difficulty scoring at has a ton of raw Will Davis — Davis CB Richard Marshall — Marshall started athleticism, butand he big struggled at times times, but he chipped in with defense four games, contributing 17 tackles and one during training camp. Maybe he’ll play better when rebounds against the Spurs. interception before suffering a season-ending back the speed of the game slows down. injury. If healthy he should retain his starting spot. OG Lance Louis — Louis was signed to FS Chris Clemons — Clemons has started challenge John Jerry for the starting right NBA ENTERTAINMENT 22 games in his four seasons with the guard spot, but he’s still rehabbing a torn ACLPHOTO he Dolphins, and is coming off a breakout year where he suffered in late November. If there’s a gleam in LeBron James’ eye, it might be the tallied 98 tackles and two interceptions. reflection off the two trophies heOT earned. Of course, Nate Garner — Garner’s versatility DE Dion Jordan — The third overallDwyane pick kept him in onit, thetoo. Dolphins since 2008, has Wade had a big hand in the 2013 draft will be eased into his role as and he’ll likely continue in his role as Miami’s DUYOS/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER a pass rushing specialist, but he needs to make some ROBERT plug-and-play offensive lineman. kind of impact in year one. OLB Jason Trusnik — This NFL OT Tyson Clabo — This nine-year veteran journeyman is viewed as Miami’s special has been one of the NFL’s better starting right teams leader, so his solid play as that unit’s leader tackles for the past few seasons. His presence should supersedes his impact as a linebacker. help fortify the right side of the O-line. 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What will this speedy standout needs to stay healthy, and excel as scatback do in his second act? a special teams contributor to earn a spot on the RB Daniel Thomas — Thomas has 53-man roster. rushed for 906 yards and scored four touchdowns in his first two NFL seasons. But the 2011 second-round pick has a dismal 3.5 yards per carry average.

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whose curiosity ranges far from the court, he was intrigued by the prospect of experiencing the other Asian giant. “I’m always interested in traveling the world, and any opportunity that comes up to spread the game of basketball and travel, I think that is the best of both,” Bosh said in a phone interview with the Sun Sentinel during his four days in Mumbai as special emissary of the NBA. “People are aware [of basketball.] Not as aware as China, but I think the love of the game is growing here. A lot of people here are interested in basketball. There are a lot of Heat fans. They were watching the Fi-

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Larry Csonka. His thick, mustachioed, broken-nosed face became the identity of the 1970s Dolphins’ Super Bowl runs. He’s the franchise’s all-time rushing leader. Csonka’s physical running is understood by his twotouchdown, 33-carry, 145-yard effort in Super Bowl VIII. Even Don Shula named his dog, “Zonk.”

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Dan Marino is No. 1. Larry Csonka is No. 2. No questions, right? They belong at the top of South Florida’s Greatest Athlete list, right? Marino cackled with a football electricDave Hyde ity that won games, sold tickets and defined a new city. Csonka was the rugged face of the Glory Years of the ‘70s when the Dolphins put a national stamp on the region. Dwyane Wade is No. 3. LeBron James is No. 4. Here the debate begins. And it begins with LeBron. Some will say he’s too high since he’s played with the Heat only three years. Some will say he’s low considering his formidable feats in that time and the fact no one has been more athletic. Chris Evert is No. 5. Bob Griese is No. 6. Let the debate run wild now. How do you weigh individual athletes like Evert, who belonged to the world, against team-sport Hall of Famers

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were all set to pile into the car on June 6 after school. They were going to drive to see Mark Carey’s older children, Ryan, 23, and Carissa, 25, who live in New England. “We kind of put everything into this trip,” Mark Carey said. “This was going to be our last hurrah, to make sure we do it as a family.” Before the diagnosis, he was a chef, and they love the show “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” on the Food Network. They were going to stop at featured restaurants.

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