In case you missed it: March 1

In case you missed it, here were the top stories featured on FOX Sports Florida from Friday, March 1.

* Meet Julian Newman, a 5th-grade basketball prodigy from Orlando who is making national headlines. Read More
* In an extremely rare rough shooting night for LeBron James, Dwyane Wade stepped up with 22 points — and LeBron added a key 3-pointer in the waning minutes — and the Heat beat the visiting Grizzlies for their 13th consecutive victory, one shy of tying the franchise record. Read More 
* Dwyane Wade said it’s getting hard for LeBron James to top himself. But he’s trying. The Miami Heat once again entertained fans by throwing down dunks in warmups before Friday’s 98-91 win over Memphis at AmericanAirlines Arena. Read More
* NBA legend Magic Johnson says he will offer $1 million to the winner of the dunk contest during All-Star Weekend if Heat star LeBron James will participate. Read More 
* Tobias Harris scores 27 points off the bench, one of five Magic players in double figures, but Orlando can’t hold off a fourth-quarter rally in losing to the visiting Rockets. Read More 
* The Heat won 12 straight games in February, and they were rewarded Friday when Erik Spoelstra was named Coach of the Month and LeBron James was named Player of the Month. Read More 
* Tiger Woods had to scramble at Nos. 17 and 18 in order to save two pars and avoid being cut at the Honda Classic on Friday. Read More  
* World No. 1 player Rory McIlroy withdrew from The Honda Classic after completing just eight holes on Friday, citing a sore wisdom tooth in an official release. But was there really more at play? Read More
* With plenty of news going on around the Honda Classic(Rory McIlroy leaving, Tiger Woods struggling and Camilo Villegas falling apart), no one seemed to take notice of Luke Guthrie shooting a 7-under-par 63 to take the tournament lead by one stroke. Read More 
* New Florida defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin received a raise and a one-year extension along with his promotion. Read More 
* Mike Lowell says that the Marlins can win their angry fans back, but it will take some time. Read More 
* The Marlins were able to tag Twins starter Vance Worley early on, but they fell 8-7 to Minnesota in Giancarlo Stanton’s last game before joining Team USA for the World Baseball Classic. Read More 
* Jake Odorizzi gives up home runs to Brett Lawrie and Ricardo Nanita in the second inning as the Rays fall to the Blue Jays. Read More 
* Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos, who leads the NHL with 14 goals and is tied for the lead with 31 points, was named the league’s First Star for the month of February. Read More 
* Florida Panthers forward Stephen Weiss returned to the team for Thursday’s game after taking a few days off for his grandmother’s funeral in Toronto. Read More 
* Miami gets ready to take on Duke on Saturday on national television. While they are in the spotlight, the Blue Devils will seek revenge. Read More