Last week the Miami Heat released a Harlem Shake video. Since it was posted on March 1st, it has racked up over 31 million views. Last night the Heat visited Minnesota to take on the Timberwolves. Ray Allen and J.J. Barea got into it and Barea got tossed. Today the Timberwolves released an anti-Harlem Shake video – answering the Heat the only way a sub-.500 team on a 6-game losing streak can really answer a team on a 15-game winning streak with the second best record in the league the day after they were beat by 16 at home – by having their mascot beat the shit out of a guy wearing the jersey of the other team’s best player.
Rebel with a lucrative cause.
There is still a game to be played later this week, too.
And what’s going all with the recent Sports Illustrated departures?
All signs point to this guy.
Boomer Esiason Thinks Roger Goodell Should Give Richard Sherman "Heavy Duty Fine" for Ballghazi Remarks
Fining Sherman would only call more attention — and scrutiny — to his remarks.