In case you missed it: Feb. 14

BY foxsports • February 15, 2013

In case you missed it, here are the top stories featured on FOX Sports Florida from Thursday, Feb. 14.
* Remember when there was dread whenever the ratings-killing San Antonio Spurs showed up for the NBA Finals? Well, it's time to bring back the Spurs. They'd give the Miami Heat a better Finals than the Oklahoma City Thunder. Read More
*  In the end, after the Miami Heat’s 110-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, after a frantic fourth quarter in which Kevin Durant scored 22 of his 40 points and his team cut the lead from 20 to eight, and after LeBron James again asserted himself as the greatest player on earth, Durant skipped the moral victories. He understood what had happened. Read More
* LeBron James had 39 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists, and narrowly missed extending his record-setting streak of high-scoring games combined with top-notch accuracy, as the Heat trampled Oklahoma City 110-100 in a Thursday night showcase. Read More
* Rene Bourque scored 2:10 into overtime and the Canadiens beat the Florida Panthers 1-0 on Thursday night. Florida’s Theodore stopped 31 shots against his former team but the Panthers lost their third in a row. Read More
* Martin St. Louis, Teddy Purcell and Nate Thompson scored for the Lightning, but Tampa Bay remained winless in its past six games, falling to the Washington Capitals 4-3 on Thursday. Read More
*With James Shields shipped to Kansas City, Alex Cobb will be one of the pitchers the Rays will count on to eat up some innings. Read More 
* The Daytona 500 draws closer with media day on Thursday officially kicking off Speedweeks. Read More
* Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra isn’t worried about self accolades. Sure, he wants the respect of his peers but Spoelstra hardly is known as one who bangs the drum for publicity. Read More 
* The victims of Sandy Hook Elementary will be honored at the Daytona 500 by Michael Waltrip and NASCAR. Read More 
* Nikola Vucevic is emerging as a rising star for the Orlando Magic. The 7-footer with a 7-5 wingspan is a natural when it comes to grabbing missed shots. Read More
* Just like the cartoon family the Jetsons,  Rays Cy Young Award winner David Price has a dog named Astro, and he is quickly becoming a star. Watch Now
* From the Miami Heat, go behind the scenes as the Heat dancers take part in a photo shoot. Watch Now

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