Call Me Sager: L.A. Sports Teams Make Music Video

We know you're tired of "Call Me Maybe" parodies by now. Everyone has made one, from teenagers huddled around a webcam to college sports teams and beyond. The YouTube fad has been bludgeoned to death.

But you need to give this one a chance. It involves the L.A. sports teams collaborating at Staples Center, doing all sorts of wacky things set to "Call Me Maybe." And if that's not convincing, Craig Sager singing along to the song most certainly is.

The highlights: awkward choreographed dancing by everyone; the random dude with the Kings cheerleaders who has some serious lip-syncing skills; the chef dancing while stirring a pot; and, of course, Sager's pouty face.

If you can survive to the end, the time-lapse footage from last weekend's Staples Center Sports Armageddon awaits. There's probably no better way to cap a weekend with a ridiculous amount of sports events under one roof -- and a whole bunch of losses, as well -- than making a "Call Me Maybe" video, I guess.

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