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Everybody, please have a seat. Have a seat.
Welcome to the White House.
Actually, for these guys, it is welcome back to the White House -- (applause)
-- after being back-to-back world champions, the Miami Heat.
Now, one of the cool things about this job
is welcoming championship sports teams from across the sporting world to the White House.
And usually people enjoy coming to the White House.
I have to say, I’ve never seen folks more excited than the Heat when they came last year. (Laughter.)
I mean, LeBron was so pumped up I thought he was going to give me a hug
and knock me over like the guy in the SportsCenter who hit the half-court shot.
But it was wonderful to see them then.
It is wonderful to see them back.
We’ve got some outstanding members of Congress who are big fans of the Heat.
They’re from both parties -- because we all know nothing brings people together like the Miami Heat.
(Laughter and applause)
Across the NBA there’s just a unifying -- (laughter) -- sense about the Heat.
I want to congratulate Coach Spoelstra for the outstanding work that he does;
legendary team president, Pat Riley, for his outstanding leadership;
and all the coaches and players,
members of the staff and crew to make a championship season.
This group has now won twice, but it’s gone to the finals three times.
And sometimes it feels like they’re still fighting for a little respect.
I can relate to that. (Laughter.)
Last season, the Heat put together one of the most dominating regular seasons ever by a defending champion.
They won a team-record 66 games.
At one point, they won 27 games straight –
the second-longest winning streak ever, extraordinarily impressive
-- almost as impressive as the Bulls’ 72-win season.
(Laughter)
Riley and I were reminiscing about those Knicks years. (Laughter.)
But as these guys know, winning a title is never easy.
In the playoffs, the Pacers put them through seven bruising games.
In the finals, the Spurs showed us all that they’ve got an awful lot of life left in them,
and one of the greatest players of all time,
and one of the greatest coaches of all time,
In fact, San Antonio had the series all but wrapped up in game six.
As you will recall, Miami was down five points, less than 30 seconds to go.
The last 122 times that happened in the playoffs,
the team that was down lost 122 times.
And then they brought out the ropes.
And then Ray Allen saw them bring out the ropes. (Laughter)
And with five seconds left, Chris Bosh gets an incredible offensive rebound,
passes it out to Ray;
Ray is backing up, he’s got to jump forward;
hits one of the most iconic shots of all time.
And then he added a few choice words about the ropes,
which we cannot -- (laughter)
-- which we cannot repeat here.
But, Ray, I do want you to know that when you say those things on the court,
like, people can read your lips, right? (Laughter)
You do understand that?
Ray:Yeah. President Obama:Okay. All right.
So the Heat won game six, went on to win game seven,
their third title in eight seasons.
LeBron James earned his second straight Finals MVP
to go along with four regular-season MVPs in five years.
Dwayne Wade, warrior that he is, played through a pair of injured knees,
always came through when it mattered.
Chris Bosh was there playing great defence,
getting the rebound, hitting a clutch shot.
Everybody on this team participated.
And from Ray’s big shot to the contributions of Mario Chalmers, Shane Battier,
Udonis Haslem, Birdman, Birdman’s tattoos -- (laughter)
Birdman’s mohawk -- (laughter) -- the Heat showed us the kind of heart
and determination it takes to be a champion.
And they also showed what heart means off the court.
Last year, they raised close to $2 million for local charities.
Before this event, they met with some of our amazing wounded warriors over at Walter Reed,
and we’re proud to have some of those wounded warriors here in the audience here today.
Honoring our troops -- (applause) -- honoring our troops isn’t just something
that they do when they come to the White House
-- it’s something they do all year round with their Heat Home Strong initiative.
And Pat Riley I know has been hugely invested in this,
and we talked a little bit about this
-- his incredible admiration for our men and women in uniform,
but more concretely his willingness to do something about how we support them
I think is a credit to the entire organization.
On top of that, Coach Spoelstra serves as a member of the NBA Fit team
to encourage healthy habits among young people.
I know Michelle is thankful for the support that many of these players have given to her Let’s Move initiative.
I heard that all of you are getting ready to embarrass yourselves
by singing some karaoke for Shane’s education foundation. (Laughter and applause)
Just leave Al Green to the pros, people. (Laughter)
So bottom line is, outstanding athletes, outstanding organization,
outstanding team, but also outstanding members of their community.
And so we’re very proud to have them back.
We wish them great luck for the rest of the season, unless they’re playing the Bulls. (Laughter)
And with that, I think we should take a picture,
but we should make it quick before one of these guys starts yelling at Mario.
(Laughter and applause)
I mean, sometimes it’s just a bad pass, guys.
It’s not Mario’s fault. (Laughter) I got your back, man.
Well, this is a great honor for the entire Miami Heat family.
It does not get old.
And what this is, is we put this together before the playoff run last year,
and it was a covenant between all of us that we signed that we would commit to each other
-- all the way to the end.
This is outstanding.
So we have marks for each win, and it signified each player would mark the win for that game,
and the final one was the team one.
So this one right here, you can see “44” and your name right there.
There you go. It was added to it.
You know, you guys are winning me over a little bit. (Laughter)
Getting there. Getting there.
We promise we’ll put together another one for you and let you mark it this year. (Laughter)
Congratulations. (Applause)
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President Obama Honors the 2013 NBA Champion Miami Heat

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