Spurs fans mock beaten Heat with ‘Seven Nation Army’ chant to close Game 3 blowout (Video)
You know how the Miami Heat (like many sports teams before them) have been using the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" as their player introduction music, and how Heat backers at the AmericanAirlines Arena have fallen in love with “OOOOH OH OH OH OH OHHHH OHHHHHHH” chants when things are going pretty well for Erik Spoelstra's squadron? Yeah, San Antonio Spurs fans know, too.
And apparently, like the dude Eddie Maisonet, the AT&T Center faithful aren't such big fans of the practice — so with the clock winding down on San Antonio's long-range-bombing 36-point beatdown, Spurs fans decided to twist the knife just a little bit by letting loose some big-time bellows:
Top-drawer trolling, Spurs fans. You really had yourselves a glorious evening, didn't you?
Here's hoping you've still got something in the tank for Game 4. Maybe something in the way of a "Dos Minutos" parody? I don't know, I'm just spitballing here. I guess as long as there's diapers, fake mustaches and yelling, I'll be down.
Hat-tip to SB Nation.
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