Tim Hardaway Goes Into the Heat Rafters

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The Miami Heat retired the jersey of one of my favorite Heat players All-Star point guard Tim Hardaway at their NBA home opener against the New York Knicks. I always enjoyed watching Hardaway on the court and had lots of fun photographing Hardaway for an ESPN the Magazine article on his killer ankle-breaking-UTEP-two-step-crossover-dribble…

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Miami photographer Brian Smith portraits of athletes

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1 thought on “Tim Hardaway Goes Into the Heat Rafters”

  1. One of my all time favorite players. I always enjoyed the classic battles between the Heat, Knicks and Bulls; the good old days of the NBA. I’m glad to see him honored in such a way, he deserves it.

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