Happy Valentine’s Day Miami sports fans! Here are the top stories in Miami sports today.

1. Canes win close game against tigers: Miami hosted the Clemson Tigers last night. The Canes came away with the win 65-64. The first half of this game was sloppy but action picked up in the second half. Zach Johnson was the hero who hit a game-winning jumper with 0.4 seconds left. The Canes play again on Sunday.


2. Heat snap losing streak: Miami was in Dallas last night matching up against the Mavs. The Heat were on fire from the field, shooting an impressive 54 percent. In addition, Miami also shot 12-30 from distance as a team. Miami was lead in scoring by Dwyane Wade who posted 22 points in just 22 minutes off the bench. However Miami’s biggest star could be Justise Winslow who put up 11 points and 11 boards for a double-double.

3. Panthers look to extinguish Flames: The Florida Panthers play host to the Flames. Calgary has had an impressive season and are currently a two seed out west. However the Flames have been ice cold as of late, with just a 1-4 record in their last five games. Florida has also been pretty cold themselves as of late going just 2-3 in their last five games as well. Calgary won the first face-off 4-3 and look to sweep tomorrow.

4. Dolphins currently favorites to draft Murray: Take this with a grain of salt, but current betting odds have the Miami Dolphins as the current favorites to pick Kyler Murray in the NFL Draft. According to NBC Sports, the current odds are at +150 for Miami to select Murray. The next closest team is the Arizona Cardinals, Jacksonville Jags and New York Giants all at +500.

5. Marlins add reliever depth: The Miami Marlins announced earlier this week that they have signed veteran reliever, Sergio Romo. Romo is a versatile pitcher and was one of the many pitchers the Rays used in the infamous “opener” role last year. Eventually, Romo would become the Rays’ closer and finished the season with 25 saves. Romo struck out 75 batters and only walked an impressive 20 batters.

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