Hockey fans in the South have their own version of ‘Sid Meier’s Civilization’ game cover
NHL players have long been known for wearing unique jerseys to honor their favorite teams.
But this season, many fans are embracing their team’s new uniforms, which have become a staple of South Florida.
The Miami Heat jerseys have become an emblem of South Floridians, especially those in the Tampa Bay area.
Many have worn them to games, sporting them with pride in their home state.
Some even even have them on display at local businesses and restaurants.
In the wake of the season-ending Heat loss to the Detroit Pistons on Monday, Heat star LeBron James, who grew up in Miami and has roots in the city, began wearing the uniforms to local bars and restaurants, hoping to make a statement to fans.
“I want to make it known to all of you, that I don’t just wear the Heat jersey to work,” James said in a statement.
“To show them how proud they are of us. “
It’s time for them to see it. “
To show them how proud they are of us.
The team’s players and coaches are also getting in on the act, too. “
With this season behind us, it’s time to turn the page, for us to be a part of the next chapter.”
The team’s players and coaches are also getting in on the act, too.
The Heat’s roster is full of young stars like LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, and the jerseys are getting a lot more popular as well.
“We love these uniforms, and we want them back,” Miami Heat guard Udonis Haslem said in the Heat’s locker room after the Pistons loss.
“If you’re going to wear a Heat jersey, I just want you to wear it.
I just don’t care if it’s black, white, red, blue, whatever you want.””
And to me, it says ‘I love you, too.’
I just don’t care if it’s black, white, red, blue, whatever you want.”
The players, coaches and fans are all excited to get back into the uniform after a hiatus that began in February.
And they’re also trying to get the fans to understand why the team wears it, why they love it and why it matters to them.
“It’s a little bit of an art form,” Heat forward Shane Battier said.
We don’t have to wear them. “
We can just put a Heat shirt on and play some basketball.
“The fans are the ones that have been there through so much, so we just want to show them that we are the team that is still going to keep on fighting and trying to win.””
The fans are the ones that have been there through so much, so we just want to show them that we are the team that is still going to keep on fighting and trying to win.”