The Miami Heat brought a second NBA title to the city earlier this year, but the contributions of the team's Big 3 -- LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh -- don't stop on the court.
James, Wade and Bosh have been announced as the Grand Marshals of Miami's Three Kings Day Parade on Jan. 20. It's the fourth such time Heat players have served as the symbolic heads of the parade, which honors Miami's Latino heritage. This is the 43rd year of the parade.
Claudia Puig, senior vice president and regional general manager, Univision Radio -- which presents the parade -- said in a press release the community has benefited greatly from the team's contributions.
"We are thrilled with this opportunity to honor LeBron, Dwyane and Chris as the Grand Marshals of our Parade," Puig said. "The Three Kings Day Parade has been a cherished South Florida tradition for more than 40 years and their participation will be a very special gift for our community."