Taylor Swift And Dwyane Wade

Taylor Swift's "The 1989 World Tour" has caused all sorts of "trouble" in the sports world.

Minute Maid Park needed to move Swift's concert out of October (but not "Back to December") when the Houston Astros made a playoff run. Other MLB teams, such as the Nationals and Padres, claim Swift's "Bad Blood" cast a curse on them.

At Staples Center, the Los Angeles Clippers covered up a Swift banner that was presented to her by Lakers star Kobe Bryant.

Now, in Swift's latest act, she kicked the Miami Heat to the curb.

With Swift performing at AmericanAirlines Arena Tuesday, the Heat were forced to conduct post-practice interviews from the players' parking garage. Keep in mind, the Heat open the season at home Wednesday night (today).

Rather than critique her "Style," Dwyane Wade "shook it off" and went with the flow. He went up on stage and gave Swift a jersey.

Hugging it out after the crowd screamed louder than I thought was humanly possible for @dwyanewade!!

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Swift's lucky number is 13, so it appears the team knows her "All Too Well."

"It's my house," Wade told her. "I don't pay no rent here, but I call this my house, but tonight it's yours. So thank you."

Giddy Heat owner Micky Arison was in attendance to see through the "Love Story" of Swift and the Heat.

Look who surprised Taylor at the @americanairlinesarena tonight

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Swift apparently told the crowd, "He's got a really, really big game tomorrow."

She is not so "Mean" after all. Maybe she locked Erik Spoelstra out of his office, but she understands the "State of Grace" on the line between the Hornets and Heat on Wednesday.

Oh, and of course Pitbull and Ricky Martin were there.

That crowd went CRAZY when @pitbull walked out! We sang 'Give Me Everything'. So much fun.

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I had the best time with you @ricky_martin!! Thank you for making #1989TourMiami unforgettable!

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