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Miami Heat fans show up late to games and leave early when there's a sniff of a loss coming. Well, ESPN's First Take took to the streets to ask Miami fans questions about Heat players past and present. Their answers were as expected...

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and if all the fans knew all the players you could say those people needed to get a life
Reply32 months
"the Cowboys emergence about 8-10 years ago"- I must have missed this!
Reply32 months
This isn't said. You can go around and find fans of any team like this. I have done it before. With the Cowboys emergence about 8-10 years ago, Saints fans coming out of nowhere after 06. Bama fans after Nick Saban.

Of course though, Miami has some truly bad fans, but it's more the fans in Miami than the actual nation of fans. Miami people leave their team games early or never show all the time. I mean looking at the U stadium during a game. This is more showing of the culture of Miami than a specific team's fandom.
Reply32 months
I wonder what the responses would be to questions about the US Soccer team? Too bad ESPN is crowing about their soccer ratings to put down the US soccer fans who watched their network.

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