Miami Heat players from today, yesterday, and maybe tomorrow were in Los Angeles for a great weekend, on and off the court, as Chris Bosh welcomed Goran Dragic to the All-Star club.
From one #NBAAllStar to another!
From one #NBAAllStar to another! pic.twitter.com/arMubjvoGR— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) February 19, 2018
Dwyane Wade doesn’t impose his will like 2006, but the duo of him and Pat Riley still bring out the stars.
“Stance, the official sock of the NBA, is throwing its annual Spades Tournament and party in downtown Los Angeles, headlined by Dwyane Wade and James Harden.”
The Heat provided a glimpse of the franchise’s presence during the All-Star break.
Fun times were had both on & off the court this past weekend in LA!
Go behind-the-scenes of @DwyaneWade’s annual #NBAAllStar Spades Tournament
Fun times were had both on & off the court this past weekend in LA!— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) February 19, 2018
Go behind-the-scenes of @DwyaneWade's annual #NBAAllStar Spades Tournament pic.twitter.com/ejCXt4pURK
“The hardest party to get into during NBA All-Star Weekend will be thrown by Michael Jordan, who will be celebrating his 55th birthday at midnight with a surprise musical performance at an undisclosed location in Los Angeles. If it sounds secretive, it’s because it is. Jordan Brand is being tight-lipped about details on the exclusive party for His Airness.”
Just speculating, but Wayne Ellington may have been at the party thrown by his fellow TarHeel alumni Michael Jordan.