The Miami Heat Dedicates A Game To Breast Cancer

Undoubtedly one of the most popular teams in the NBA, the Miami Heat has lent their star power in order to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. The team has announced that they will be hosting a Red, White and Pink Game at the American Airlines Arena in Miami on October 1st.


The two part event will begin with an open scrimmage that is free and open the public. Program includes regular NBA game and a special halftime show dedicated to honoring locals who has survived breast cancer. There will also be performances from the Heat Dancers and Burnie and the Xtreme Team. Then, on October 2, the Red, White and Pink shirts worn by the Heat players will be auctioned off. The first 5,000 attendees will also receive a special edition t-shirt. Proceeds from both activities will benefit the Baptist Health Breast Center Research facility.


If you want to be a part of this event, head on over to the TicketMaster Website right now because tickets will NOT be available at the Arena. Another reason to hurry is that there is a 4 ticket per transaction rule – so it’s better to register at the soonest possible time. We’re pretty sure tickets are going to sell out fast for this once in a lifetime event! Watching one of the world’s best teams and be able to contribute to breast cancer awareness? We’re definitely sold!



Aww, it’s a shame Lebron won’t be a part of this year’s game!

We applaud the Miami Heat for stepping up and taking part in this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Doors will open at 6:00pm and will be succeeded by the game at 7PM.

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