Jeremy Lamb, Perry Jones III take their pre-game handshake very seriously

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Hold up a second, Jeremy Lamb — you couldn't offer Russell Westbrook a simple dap, but you can do this with Perry Jones III?

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To be fair, it's not like either third-year pro has been called upon to do much else for Oklahoma City lately; Jones has pretty much left Scott Brooks' rotation when Kevin Durant's available, and Lamb's averaging all of five minutes per game over the last seven weeks. And if you're going to use your non-playing, non-practicing time for anything, it's hard to think of anything significantly better than choreographing elaborate handshakes/dance routines to do with your teammates behind Thunder sideline reporter Lesley McCaslin:

Now, this sort of high-octane chicanery might not be your particular brand of vodka. Perhaps you prefer the simple, strong, silent shake favored by Thunder bigs Steven Adams and Nick Collison:

Whichever side you come down on, though, I think we can all agree that Serge Ibaka has the right idea when it comes to celebrating Kevin Durant's patently absurd shotmaking:

Maybe Serge is just looking for someone to dance with. Go on and get over there, Jeremy and Perry. (You know, if you're not too busy.)

Hat-tip to Seth Rosenthal at SB Nation.

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