The Minnesota Timberwolves didn’t like the Miami Heat’s ‘Harlem Shake’ video (VIDEO)

Last Friday, Our Fearless Leader shared with you the defending champion Miami Heat's take on the "Harlem Shake" video craze that swept the Internet last month. Yes, they were a few weeks behind the times, and theirs wasn't as good as the Toronto Raptors' version, captained by Amir Johnson and starring John Lucas III, but the clip did have LeBron James scaring you with shoulder movement, Dwyane Wade wearing a bear head and no shirt, and Shane Battier playing a "horsetranaut," so that's at least something.

Apparently, though, the Minnesota Timberwolves didn't find it quite as amusing as the King and his court did. Check out this clip the Wolves' game ops crew came up with to play in the Target Center during Monday night's matchup with the Heat:

Now that's a flagrant-2.

Well done, Wolves. You might not have won the game, but you've won our favor. Good job, good Internet.

Video via the Wolves' official YouTube account.

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