Diapered, mustachioed cowboy children dance on truck to celebrate Spurs’ huge Game 3 win

Dan Devine

The alert came in the hours after the San Antonio Spurs' dominating 113-77 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the NBA Finals from SB Nation's Paul Flannery:

The confirmation came from intrepid journalist Ben Golliver of SI.com:

Now that looks fun. (And also, you know, pretty dangerous.)

Fret not, though, friends. Golliver notes that the rooftop dancing occurred while the truck — emblazoned with the names and numbers of Spurs players Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Game 3 hero Danny Green, as well as the phrases "Spurs Nation" and "Puro Pinche Spurs" (colloquially, "F--- yeah, Spurs" in Spanish) — "waited in bumper-to-bumper traffic on Losoya St., just blocks from The Alamo." So it wasn't moving, which is good.

And now, briefly, the children in mid-dance:

Hey, Mr. Manu Ginobili Skull? Step your game up, bro.

Also: San Antonio seems like it knows how to have a pretty good time after the Spurs make it rain, huh?