Originally written on Ball in Europe  |  Last updated 10/15/14

ST. LOUIS - MARCH 28: Keith Langford #5, Aaron Miles #11, David Padgett #44, J.R. Giddens #15 and Wayne Simien #23 of the Kansas Jayhawks wait for the Georgia Tech team to come out on the court after a time out during the fourth round game of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament at the Edward Jones Dome on March 28, 2004 in St. Louis, Missouri. Georgia Tech defeated the Kansas Jayhawks 79-71 in overtime to advance to the Final Four. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Adele: “What the--?”From the Destined To Go Viral Department comes this clip courtesy of Maccabi Tel Aviv’s official YouTube account which answers the question, “What do the guys do in their off-time, anyway?” Well, in the case of Keith Langford and teammate/keyboardist Richard “Jimi” Hendrix, it’s “two brothers from the South” bringing „something completely different for you in the conversation.” See below the break to enjoy a little musical styling, namely a performance of that ubiquitous song of 2011, Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” All together now: “We could have had it aaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllll…” Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Tell a friend Print for later Related posts: Posters absoluts & Monsterdunken: The Eurocentric slam dunk of 2011 – plus 25 others “We are the best team in Europe”: Euroleague Final Four sound bites 10 for 10: BiE’s All-Euroleague Regular Season all-stars
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