In case you missed it: Nov. 3

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from FOX Sports Florida from Sunday, Nov. 3:

* As one Miami team — the Dolphins — deal with the myriad issues that come from an allegation of bullying and misconduct within the locker room, another franchise — the Heat — say their ribbing and joking never goes beyond the playful stage. Read More

* For the Heat, their recent struggles could be traced back to a thing that troubles all relationships: communication. Sunday night in Miami, Dwyane Wade and the rest of the team were able to get back on the same page — 32 assists on 37 made field goals — by increasing their communication with each other. Read More

* Maybe it won’t always happen this way, but for one night at least, the youth of the Magic were able to have their way with the accolade-laden veterans of the Nets in a fine showcase of the young talent Orlando has on its roster. Read More

* The Rays exercised their 2014 team option on outfielder David DeJesus, who was acquired last season on Aug. 23. Read More

* Heat Check: Miami was able to avoid another extended slow start Sunday night, using a big second quarter to take down the Washington Wizards. Read More

* LeBron James scored 25, Chris Bosh added 24 and the Heat were able to snap their two-game skid with a home victory against the Wizards. Read More

* Magic Musings: Victor Oladipo provided some spark as Orlando played some of its best basketball in routing the Nets on Sunday night. Read More

* Nikola Vucevic scored 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Magic turned it on at home against the Nets for a big victory. Read More

* Seahawks 27, Buccaneers 24: Andrew Astleford offers up his observations from a weird Buccaneers loss in Seattle. Read More

* The Buccaneers looked primed to stun the NFL when it jumped out to a 21-point lead in Seattle against the Seahawks, but a poor second half led to an overtime loss as Tampa Bay remained winless. Read More

* Losing sophomore running back Duke Johnson hurts the Hurricanes in more ways than one, as they now have to adjust in the backfield as well as reconfigure their return units. Read More

* Still recovering from a knee injury, Buccaneers safety Dashon Golden was out Sunday against the Seahawks, missing his second straight game. Read More

* The Miami Dolphins issued a statement Sunday morning refuting reports offensive tackle Jonathan Martin left the team because he had been bullied by teammates. Read More

* The BCS standings have flip-flopped again, with Florida State taking over the No. 2 spot — just fractionally ahead of No. 3 Oregon. Alabama retains the top spot in the BCS. Read More

* Cat Bites: The Panthers are seven points out of an Eastern Conference wild card slot and 11 points out of the top 3 in the Atlantic Division. For a team that has not won a game in two weeks, that is a significant amount of ground to make up. Florida is reaching a critical point in its season. Read More