There is another Phoenix Suns point guard controversy.
It’s one of those locker room issues.
Serious basketball narratives aside, both of the above statements are true. The controversy: Which Suns point guard does the best Running Man Challenge, the latest viral dance craze that follows the Nae Nae, the Dab and Hitting the Quan?
As for those locker room issues, well, Phoenix point guards Eric Bledsoe, Brandon Knight, Archie Goodwin and Ronnie Price literally did their Running Man Challenge in the Suns’ locker room. Goodwin posted the video to his Instagram account on Tuesday.
For those who don’t know the dance, a quick synopsis:
– Two high-schoolers started the Running Man Challenge.
– The Maryland basketball team’s Jared Nickens and Jaylen Brantley caused the craze to go viral.
– The dance is done to the 1996 Ghost Town DJs’ song, “My Boo.”
– Many basketball teams followed the trendsetting Terapins with their own Running Man Challenges, but variations of the dance are catching on with everyone from law enforcement in Ireland to Los Angeles.
– Both the Arizona baseball team and Arizona Diamondbacks minor league players have done the Running Man Challenge.
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