The Miami Dolphins will play their first NBA game in Miami since LeBron James left town on his own terms to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

And the fans have taken to Twitter to celebrate their first victory over a team that hasn’t been to the postseason since the 2007 season.

Here are five ways you can watch the Dolphins take on the Cleveland Browns in the first game of the season on Monday night:1.

Go to New Jersey and go to the beach.

This isn’t just another beachhead for the Dolphins, as the team’s website indicates: “The Miami Dolphins are a member of the Atlantic Division of the National Football League (NFL) and the first team to be the sole franchise to win the NFL championship in the 2016 season.”

The Dolphins are just one of eight teams that have gone undefeated since James left Miami.

And their fans can enjoy the view for themselves, as Miami is home to the Statue of Liberty.

There is also a public park in the area, the Dolphins Park, which offers access to the water.

If you are looking to spend the night, there is a pool with a water slide in the park.

The park also has bars and restaurants and bars are located on the street and on the beach where fans can watch live games.2.

Find out where to watch the game.

The Dolphins haven’t played since the 2009 season, so fans will want to plan their visit to the area around the park and at the nearby beach.

You can find out where the stadium is at Dolphins Park by visiting the stadium’s official website.3.

Catch the Dolphins game in person.

The game is set to start at 9 p.m.

EDT (2200 GMT), but you can get a seat by calling the team at 904-782-8000 or going to the stadium website and clicking on the Dolphins home page.4.

Watch the game on television.

The official live stream starts at 9:30 p..m., and the games will air on Fox Sports Go (check out this post for the schedule).5.

Play with a friend.

The league has a number of ways for fans to get a closer look at the Dolphins in person, so you can also watch the games on the internet.

Check out the Dolphins Facebook page and Twitter for the latest information.

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