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Timberwolves and Heat: The NBA’s next great rivalry

Mar 5, 2013, 7:53 PM | Updated: 7:58 pm

About a week ago, the Miami Heat released their rendition of the “Harlem Shake.”

You can see it here.

The video has been seen over 31 million times on Youtube, which makes sense because it’s done pretty well.

But the Minnesota Timberwolves have beaten the Heat. Literally.

After a game between the teams Monday night, which saw Minnesota guard J.J. Barea get ejected for committing a flagrant foul against Miami’s Ray Allen, the club released its own version of the internet sensation.

And it’s great. Just great.

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