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BangBros wants the Heat to play in "The BBC"

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The naming rights for the Miami Heat arena are up, and if American Airlines wants to keep the arena, they will have a fierce competitor on their hands. BangBros just submitted a $10 million bid for the naming rights.

While it's unlikely the NBA and the Heat would opt for the porn company, they are doing their due diligence. The company will get a lot of press out of this, and their gift to us the is suggested name for the arena that is already guaranteed to live on. 

"To show how serious BanBros is, they have already offered $10 million to Myles Gallagher of Cleveland's Superlative Group, and are suggesting the name Bang Bros Center (The BBC) as the new home of the Miami Heat for the next decade."

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They are also promoting their bid on Instagram and are giving you a chance to show special appreciation of your favorite basketball player. Any NBA player tagged in the post will get a lifetime BangBros membership. 

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