VIDEO: Heat Have A Dance Party

LeBron James brought his basketball talents to South Beach to win championships. Ronny Turiaf brought his dancing pants to South Beach for the dance parties. And dance he did after the Heat beat the Celtics in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Sure, the Miami Heat are evil or something. But just try and hate their "We're going to the NBA Finals!" locker room discotheque. You can't. It's one of the best kinds of dance parties.

Good times are rolling below.

"The Heat've got the moves like Jagger. They've got moves like Jagger. They've got the moooooooooooooves like Jagger," said a SportsCenter anchor on Sunday morning, probably.

Have to shout out the NBA, which apparently set the dancing to this infectious music for this video. (I'm presuming it's not what Miami was actually listening to. The Heat are all #GOODFriday all the time).

Anyone know what this tune is? I need it for future dance parties of my own.

Catch up on the best highlights and reaction from Game 7, with our Celtics vs. Heat StoryStream. Follow Heat in the NBA Finals with Peninsula Is Mightier and SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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