Found March 05, 2013 on
The Toronto Raptors have now entered the fray with their version of the Harlem Shake. Surprise. Surprise. Come one come all, right?
I'm all for these things as long as they remain entertaining; the same ole same doesn't cut it unless its a cheeseburger from Jimmy Buffets eatery, an ice-cold Shiner, steak, red vice licorice, and the queso from Que Doba.
Toronto must have gotten the memo I forgot to send because these guys turned the creativity up a notch. Sorry Miami; you guys are now No. 2 (followed by Denver of course).
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Unless you've been under a rock for the past, you probably have seen at least a couple of Harlem Shake videos on this fair Interweb.The latest NBA team to join the craze is the Toronto Raptors and forward Amir Johnson who leads to spirited effort which included a remixxxxx: (Courtesy of Beyond The Buzzer)
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We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love videobombs by players and last Wednesday, Toronto Raptors forward Mickael Pietrus took aim at a couple of reporters for NBATV Canada.Watch as Mickael gets them at Quicken Loans Arena as they talk about the Raptors upcoming game against the Cavaliers along with other hot topics:
Chauncey Billups advised Kyle Lowry not to damage his relationship with the Raptors again.