South Beach’s week of sports includes the Miami Grand Prix, playoff action and more.

Miami may be synonymous with neon lights, sun-soaked beaches and exciting nightlife experiences. However, South Beach was the epicenter for action-packed sporting events this week.

The Miami HeatThe quest for a Larry O'Brien trophy continues in the Easten Conference semifinals against. Philadelphia 76ers. Philly defeated Atlanta HawksThe first round was 4-1. Another team from the Sunshine State is the Florida PanthersThey began their own search for championship hardware, starting with the Stanley Cup against the Washington Capitals.

Formula OneMiami hosted its first league competition on Sunday, which brought racing to the city. The Grand Prix at Miami International Dome attracted a star-studded audience as many sports stars mingled after, during, and before the race.

Continue reading: Everything to know about the Miami Grand Prix

Here's a look back at the highlights of a busy week of sporting events and sightings of athletes in Miami.

Formula 1

The Grand Prix attracted many celebrities before it even began. A seven-time Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom BradyGolf with F1 driver Lewis Hamilton. The seven-time Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile champion finished sixth in this weekend's event.

Hamilton was not the only one who socialized with sports stars. Pierre GaslyHad dinner with the Basketball Hall of Famer Michael JordanBefore the Miami Grand Prix. Jordan has previous racing experience. co-owning a NASCAR teamWith Denny Hamlin.

F1 racer Lando NorrisIn the lead up to the race, he also joined the hoops scene. He also unveiled a helmet that was hardwood-themed, with his signature and logo.

Miami hosted the weekend race, and other celebrities were also there. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick MahomesA picture of tennis star, Venus Tennis Club. Serena WilliamsDavid Beckham is an ex-Player for Los Angeles Galaxy.

South Beach was the place where love was in full swing. One fan proposed to his or her partner at Saturday's Miami Grand Prix qualifying. The moment is wonderful, but the fan's support is even better.

On Sunday, Brady, Jordan, Beckham, and Jordan posed for a photo. TB12 chose “LFG”, but “greatness” would have been a good caption.

NHL – Florida Panthers

The Panthers kicked off their quest to win the Stanley Cup Tuesday by facing the Washington Capitals in a first round matchup. The Eastern Conference's Panthers finished their regular season first and were second to the Ceasars NJ (+500). The Heat offered good wishes for the squad ahead of their first playoff game.

Heat veterans also receive social-media support. Udonis HaslemTo cheer on the Panthers, they showed up at Game 1.

FLA Live Arena is the team's stadium and has added some new options for food in celebration of the postseason.

The Panthers lost Game 1 by 4-2 to Tuesday, but won Game 2 by 5-1 on Thursday. Game 3 was not as successful, with Washington defeating Florida 6-1.

NBA – Miami Heat

The Heat had an excellent week. Guard was the highlight. Tyler Herro. The NBA's sixth man-of-the-year was chosen Tuesday by the 22-year old. receiving 96 first-place votes. Herro's 20.7 point per game from the bench was the most since Lou Williams' 22. PPG when he won this trophy in 2017-18, according to ESPN Stats and Information.

Miami was leading the series by 2-0 going into the weekend thanks to Herro's outstanding performances. Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo Victor Oladipo. Oladipo celebrated his 30th birthday May 4, with a spectacular performance. He scored 19 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter. Forward P.J. Tucker celebrated his birthday on Thursday with a win.

James Rodriguez, Colombia's soccer star, was on hand to witness Miami's match Wednesday. Dwyane, an ex-Hail Heat guard, was also present at Game 2, fresh from his appearance at the Met Gala. After the win, Jimmy Butler, a current Miami player shouted at Wade and his family.

Although the Heat lost to the Sixers 99-79 Friday, they still hold the 2-1 series lead heading into Game 4.

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