Heat president: NBA wants future All-Star game in Miami
Published June 15, 2016 06:25 PM
Appearing Wednesday at the unveiling of the Heat’s Learn & Play Center at Robert King High Park, Eric Woolworth. the Heat Group president of business operations, said the Heat are not part of the process of the NBA assessing venue options for the 2017 All-Star Game in Charlotte amid concerns over restrictive LGBT legislation currently in place in North Carolina.
“The NBA has made it clear to us that they would like to try figure out how to come to Miami,” he said, after appearing at Wednesday’s community event alongside Alonzo Mourning and Josh Richardson. “And so, we have put some feelers out to the people around town, to see what can be done. And so I would say we’re at the very preliminary stages of trying to figure something out.”
A warm-weather city on the water in February? I can see why people would appreciate that.