Found February 28, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Prior to Wednesday night’s Cavaliers-Raptors game, Mickael Pietrus attempted his best Chris Bosh, videobombing NBA TV during their live broadcast. The Raptors forward put forth his best dance moves for a solid thirty-second cameo as analysts, Paul Jones and Sherman Hamilton, attempted to have a serious basketball discussion.
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