Miami in the NFL: Week 8
Football, Sports

Miami in the NFL: Week 8

An injury-riddled Seattle Seahawks backfield, with Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde inactive, meant that rookie DeeJay Dallas was given the start at running back. Dallas was given 18 carries, rushed for 41 yards, caught five passes for 17 yards and scored two touchdowns, one on the ground and one receiving, in a 37-27 Seattle home win over San Francisco.

The Godfather and the King: Pat Riley and Lebron James
Basketball, Sports

The Godfather and the King: Pat Riley and Lebron James

In Miami, LeBron learned how to build an empire. By watching Pat Riley, LeBron learned how to consolidate and leverage power. LeBron and Riley worked as a duo, but ultimately, they’re one and the same. The Godfather and The King are both relentless chasers of legacy, forever inextricably linked by their decisive, sharp ruthlessness in their respective pursuits of greatness.

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