Wow. Now the Miami Heat have gotten in on the "Harlem Shake" action and are killing it in this new YouTube video that has gotten nearly 2 million views in less than the 24 hours since it was published on YouTube on February 28, 2013.
Featuring players of the Miami Heat champions, who start off stretching in their locker room normally suited up, it soon flips into a scene whereby LeBron dons a king's crown and robe, and shakes it up good.
Then Chris Bosh gets in on the action with a ghetto blaster and robe.
There's a Mario Brothers character, someone wearing a "Phantom of the Opera" style mask, a colorful Afro wig, another with a scarf tied around his mug, a mime with a white-painted face dancing, as well as someone who wears a fake fighter's belt and more.
"Yes, LeBron, Wade, Bosh, and company just made a Harlem Shake," writes YouTube Trends about the video titled "Harlem Shake Miami HEAT Edition," which has racked up nearly 34,000 thumbs up as of this writing.
No wonder it's gotten so many views. I must've just watched it about five times myself.
LeBron's face is priceless during his close-up shot on the 'Harlem Shake' video, which seems to need an HD version.
I guess the Miami Heat showed the Chicago Bears how to really do a video. Remember that "Super Bowl Shuffle" video from back in the day? And does anyone remember the "California shake" dance?
Seems like Miami has replaced all that now.