Justise Winslow has soft hands, whether he is around the rim or catching home run balls.

The Miami Heat swingman watched Thursday night's Marlins vs. Braves action from the The Clevelander at Marlins Park in left field. In the top of the sixth inning, Winslow caught a home run ball from Braves slugger Matt Kemp.

And he threw it back.

Heat lifer Dwyane Wade may be gone, but Miami clearly has loyalty from Winslow. The Marlins lost, 6-3, yet Winslow made baseball fun again.

Winslow also threw out the first pitch.

A national champion at Duke, Winslow averaged 6.4 points and 5.2 rebounds in his rookie season with the Heat.

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