Mercer’s Kevin Canevari, the same guy who stole the internet’s heart after doing the ‘NaeNae’ dance after beating Duke, has quite an impressive pre-game routine is his bag of dance tricks. Unfortunately after Tennessee’s 20 point throttling of Mercer in the round of 32, there will be no more pre-game dances for the senior guard. We’ll always have the last three days...
Mercer’s win over Duke is probably the biggest upset of this NCAA Tournament, although it gets harder and harder to tell with each passing game. The Bears celebrated the game with a particularly inspired #NaeNae session on the court after the game.
One Mercer fan has taken it upon herself to pay tribute to the dance that has swept the sports world this year…and she wants to...
The fourteen seed in the Midwest bracket of the NCAA Tournament Mercer beat Duke on Friday afternoon, becoming the first real upset of March Madness. After the game, the Bears’ head coach, Bob Hoffman gave an amazing interview with Rachel Nichols saying, “praise the lord, WOOOO!”
Mercer has quickly become this year’s Florida Gulf Coast, and what’s not to love about this...
Mercer head coach Bob Hoffman was being interviewed by CBS sideline reporter Rachel Nichols following his team’s 78-71 upset win over Duke when guard Anthony White Jr. decided to get his groove on and hilariously videobomb his coach with the timeless dance the call the robot.
Let’s all enjoy White Jr.’s wonderful dancing in hypnotic GIF form.
Nice to see that Kevin Canevari...
Hands down Mercer’s Kevin Canevari takes the honor of best March Madness photo so far. The senior guard was pretty fired up after the final buzzer, doing the ‘NaeNae’ dance in front of teammates and millions of CBS Sports viewers nationwide.
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Are we Mercer, or are we dancer? Apparently they're both as Mercer guard Kevin Canevari performed the ever-dangerous White Boy Nae Nae after the Bears shocked the world and upset Duke in the first round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.This is the dance of a man who realized that he's cost those lucky few who picked Dayton over Ohio State on Thursday their chance...
The Mercer Bears' Kevin Canevari broke out the NaeNae and danced all over Duke, impressing the Florida Gators with his white boy moves.
Mercer beat Duke 78-71 Friday afternoon — much to the delight of Kevin Canevari. The Bears' senior guard busted a wild move next to the media table with his teammates after the monumental upset.They don't call it The Big Dance for nothing.
Kevin Canevari is my kind of dude.
Mercer upset Duke, ruined brackets, saved Warren Buffet a million dollars and Canevari kicked the best version of the nae nae I’ve seen.
H/T Jim Weber
Mercer pulled off the biggest upset of the NCAA tournament so far on Friday, taking advantage of a late scoring run to topple No. 3 seed Duke.
It was the first tournament appearance in nearly 20 years for the 14th-seeded Bears — they hadn’t been dancing since 1985 — so the win was definitely cause for a celebration. Senior Kevin Canevari was more than happy to get that party...
Mercer (yes, Mercer) took down Duke on Friday to continue the craziness that has been the first round of the 2014 March Madness tournament. To celebrate, senior guard Kevin Canevari busted out this wild dance while his teammates (and pretty much everyone else) watched in amusement. Go white boy, go!
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The Mercer Bears broke out the NaeNae dance to celebrate their March Madness upset over Duke. Dance, white boy, dance.
There will be no Florida Gulf Coast University magic in 2014. But the team that defeated them in the Atlantic Sun Tournament, the Mercer Bears, could give Duke some trouble Friday afternoon. This matchup should be one of the best games to watch in the first two days of the NCAA Tournament.
Be sure to click here for more on Duke and Mercer. Also, check out our printable bracket...
Seed: For the upcoming 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Mercer Bears were given a 14-seed in the Midwest-region. They are coached by Bob Hoffman and hail from the Atlantic Sun Conference.
You can view the entire 2014 NCAA Tournament field here in our official bracket.
Where: They will open play against Duke in Raleigh on Friday.
Why: Mercer finished with a 14-4 record in the Atlantic...
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Langston Hall and Anthony White Jr. scored 15 points each and Mercer earned its first NCAA tournament berth since 1985, beating top-seeded Florida Gulf Coast 68-60 in the Atlantic Sun Conference championship game on Sunday.