Bears defensive end – as well as former UNC basketball player – Julius Peppers was courtside to celebrate the Heat’s Game 7 victory with the guys. Chicago-area native Heat guard Dwyane Wade has been on the sideline at Soldier Field to root for his friend Jay Cutler. Lebron joined Ronny Turiaf, Wade and other players in dancing in the locker room.
For the record, if you don’t want to watch ESPN’s crew cover the postgame, Charles Barkley – along with probably Kenny Smith, Shaq, Ernie Johnson and others – will be on NBA TV for games 3, 4 and 5. Pregame is at 7:30 PM ET, postgame is at 12:00 AM ET for Game 3 on Saturday. ABC will carry the actual games.
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