May 24, 2017
By Lydia Geisel | March 10, 2017 | People
When they’re not heating things up on the court, these pro players are enjoying the simple things in life—just like the rest of us. Here, Miami Heat players who take full advantage of their spare time.
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Clearly enjoying his time away from the court, this longtime pro has been embracing his musical side as he takes time to heal. Here’s to hoping that he plays the guitar as beautifully as he plays the game.
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Like so many of us, this point guard can’t live without his morning coffee—proving that whether you sit at a desk or play on the court, caffeine is a must to get the job done right.
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The first thing that’s on Johnson’s checklist when he’s hanging out at home is a stroll with his son. Much like being a professional basketball player, daddy duty is a full-time job.
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Even NBA pros seek out me-time now and then. For this North Carolina native, long soaks in the hot tub are just what he needs to unwind after a busy day.
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Forget everything you’ve heard about an athlete’s diet. Winslow proves that he can devour a grilled cheese on his days off and still take home the W on game day.
While basketball will always come first in this player’s heart, Haslem can’t help but let his entrepreneurial spirit shine.
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You’d think after a dedicated day in the arena this local A-lister would be totally exhausted, but Reed always makes time for date night.
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Fore! This talented rookie spends his spare time dabbling in other sports.
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May 24, 2017