Charlie Crespo is an aspiring writer and recent graduate of the University of Florida. Charlie (perhaps obsessively) follows all things South Florida sports related including the Marlins, Dolphins, Heat and Panthers. He has previously written for therumpus.net.
Lebron James finally proved that he is a champion. His critics no longer have a leg to stand on.
The Miami Marlins just had the best month in franchise history. The bad news for the rest of the league is that they can get a lot better.
Whether or not the Miami Heat advance past the Indiana Pacers, Dwayne Wade should skip the Summer Olympics in London.
With the injuries to Dwight Howard and Derrick Rose, the Miami Heat won't have to play their two toughest opponents in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
By winning the Southeast Division and making the playoffs, the Florida Panthers have already exceeded expectations.
The Miami Dolphins' organizational dysfunction shows no signs of ending. Where did it all go wrong?
The Florida Panthers have been inconsistent all season. Can they change their ways in order to secure a playoff spot?
Everyone talks about how the Miami Heat collapsed in the 2011 NBA Finals. What everyone fails to discuss is how it has made them even better.
The Florida Panthers have been inconsistent since their hot start at the beginning of the year. Stephen Weiss' prolonged slump is a big reason why.