Though we can't help you with your holiday shopping (sorry, procrastinators!), we have compiled a wish list for local professional sports owners to give us.
Miami sports fans aren't asking for much this holiday season, but these five things would certainly make our lives better in 2022. We promise we've been good!
Due to yesterday’s appellate court decision, the Hard Rock Sportsbook mobile app will temporarily suspend accepting new bets and deposits. Player information and account funds are safe and secure, and the app will remain online for easy withdrawals via all payment methods. pic.twitter.com/8XhDcXzRKa— Hard Rock Sportsbook (@HardRockSB) December 4, 2021
The Hard Rock Sportsbook AppThis past week, Florida mourned a huge loss when the Hard Rock Sportsbook app went down. Apparently, we can't have nice things. While other states bask in the entertainment of wagering a few shillings on sporting events to make them a little bit more interesting, Florida has been robbed of the privilege after just one month of action.
Give it back! You're not the boss of us, laws! If we're old enough to fight for our country, we're sufficiently mature to lose $100 betting that the Miami Dolphins will cover the spread without Big Brother Grinch spoiling the fun.
Miami Dolphins Offensive LinemenWhat do you get the Miami Dolphins quarterback in your life that is constantly running for his life? An offensive lineman, of course.
What could the Dolphins' second-year starter do in his third year if he had an offensive line that did its job? It's time to find out. Someone tell Santa that Tua Tagovailoa has been really good this year and that the offensive linemen will only make him great.
Whoever is making the free-agent decisions this winter must prioritize improving the worst segment of the team. Call it a belated Christmas present for Tagovailoa, even though it's one that all Dolphins fans will get to enjoy.
Give the gift of cafecito and baseball this holiday season.— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) November 17, 2021
Our Holiday Bundle features City Connect-themed cafecito cups and tickets to three games for the 2022 season. Includes Opening Day: https://t.co/tIvMfLas0e pic.twitter.com/QOnQ65i3Yz
Miami Marlins Sugar Kings MerchThis season the Miami Marlins unveiled their City Connect uniforms honoring the Sugar Kings, a Triple A team that played in Havana in the 1950s. These are on par with Miami Heat's Vice jersey series, if not better.
Fortunately, the Marlins are running a holiday bundle that includes tickets to next season and some Sugar Kings cafecito cups. Jump on that if you love a Marlins fan.
Goran Dragic-Miami Heat ReunionDo the Miami Heat actually need Goran Dragic to return to the team? Not really. Do they desperately want it to happen? Yes. Yes, they do.
Dragic isn't just great on the court, he's one of the most likable players the franchise has ever seen. With the announcement that he'll be stepping away from the Toronto Raptors for "personal reasons," many are speculating he may be on the trade block. If so, the Heat would likely be on a shortlist of teams the former Heat guard would join.
This holiday season, bring Dragic back to Miami. Not because he's needed — but because he's wanted.
Sasha Barkov and Anthony Duclair getting some work in ahead of today’s morning skate. pic.twitter.com/wpPjT9j4jj— David Dwork (@DavidDwork) November 30, 2021
A Drama-Free Florida Panthers TeamThe Florida Panthers are good. Championship good. They were nearly as good last season but faced a slew of injuries and COVID protocols that torpedoed an otherwise electric year. This season, the Panthers have somehow already overcome prolonged absences by two of their best players — Sasha Barkvov and Anthony Duclair — and the firing of their Hall of Fame-caliber coach, Joel Quenneville, owing to sexual assault allegations from a decade before he arrived in Sunrise.
Can't the Panthers just live? That's all we want for the holidays. Let them be their best selves and see if it's enough to bring a title to the Sawgrass Mills Mall.