Found April 28, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
One thing that I do know about NBA players is that some have pretty elaborate pre-game rituals and video of San Antonio Spurs forward DeJuan Blair ritual has hit the fair Interwebs. Thanks to the fine folks over at Project Spurs, Blair dancing ritual before the start of games at the AT&T Center can now be seen around the world: It’s a nice mix of old-school Michael Jackson and running man….
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