In case you missed it, here were the top stories featured on FOX Sports Florida from Wednesday, March 13.
* The ’71-’72 Lakers thought no one would get close to their 33-win streak mark. That is until this year. Here come the Miami Heat, who won their 20th straight Wednesday night and are showing no signs of slowing down. Read More
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* The Heat take their winning streak to 20 after beating the Philadelphia 76ers in a 98-94 victory. LeBron James racked up 27 points, while Dwyane Wade scored 21. Read More
* The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dashon Goldson have agreed to a five-year deal. Goldson is a good place for the Bucs to start in their attempt to patch a woeful pass defense. Read More
* The Jaguars sign free agent Geno Hayes. Hayes, a sixth-round draft pick out of Florida State in 2008, spent four seasons with the Buccaneers before playing last year in Chicago. Read More
*Reggie Bush ends his time in Miami. The Detroit Lions have picked up the running back who did not disclose any terms of his contract. He certainly adds more speed to Detroit’s backfield. Read More
* Dolphins land Phillip Wheeler for $26M. Dannell Ellerbe and Philip Wheeler signed five-year deals with the Dolphins, which made Karlos Dansby and Kevin Burnett expendable. Both were released. Read More
* Jeff Driskel is locked down as the quarterback for the Gators, however Will Muschamp and Brent Pease know they need to work on their passing game going into next season. Read More
* The Hurricanes turn their focus to the ACC tournament. They’ve have had a historic season so far, but the ride isn’t over yet. Read More
* We take a look at some former Gators as they performed in front of NFL scouts at Florida’s pro day. All 32 NFL teams were in attendance, and Will Muschamp had the chance to meet the Jaguars new head coach Gus Bradley. Read More
* The Jacksonville Jaguars continue to part ways with players signed under the former regime. The Jaguars released receiver Laurent Robinson on Wednesday, the latest high-priced player let go as part of the team’s rebuilding project. Read More
* As the ACC tourney starts Tuesday, the Seminoles are clearly the longshot. FSU has few veterans, with just one scholarship senior in Michael Snaer. One junior, guard Ian Miller, is playing through a severe foot injury. Another junior, forward Terrance Shannon, suffered a neck injury and coach Leonard Hamilton has held him out of the past two games for precautionary reasons. Read More
* The foundation that Jimbo Fisher’s family set up, Kidz 1st Fund, recently donated $1 million to the Fanconi Anemia Comprehensive Care Clinic at the University of Minnesota. The Fisher’s son, Ethan, was diagnosed with Fanconi Anemia in March 2011, and the family went public in August of 2011 in an attempt to bring awareness to the life-threatening disorder that affects about one in 300,000 children in the United States. Read More