MINNEAPOLIS When you're the Timberwolves, and the Heat are in town, and you have as many wins as they had the day after Christmas, there's a certain brand of inferiority complex that's bound to creep up.
It's manifested itself before, most unfortunately in a man dressed up as a Knicks fan who stood on the court and caterwauled in a grating New York accent on Feb. 8. (I've always been of the opinion that when you are a people known for your own easy-to-mock accent, you should not poke fun of others'.) That was an unfortunate example, but on March 4, Minnesota nailed it.
A week before, the Heat took the concept of a viral video to the next level with their rendition of the Harlem Shake, which was posted on the team's official YouTube account on Feb. 28. It was refreshing to see the defending champions so readily able to refine their music video chops, and the video still hasn't lost its novelty after close to 50 viewings at least, not for me.
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