Game 1, Summed Up In One Must-See GIF

One of my favorite things about the Oklahoma City Thunder is how they find a way to seat the top executives for the opposing teams right next to all their crazy fans. You may remember the look Los Angeles Lakers' GM Mitch Kupchak had on his face as his team was about to fall in the second round of the playoffs. Buried in a sea of people jumping up and down in blue shirts, the image was hilarious.

But this image of Miami Heat president Pat Riley sitting next to the same rabid fans? This is much better.

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There are so many Thunder fans making a case for the MVP of this GIF. You have the girl in the gray shirt informing viewers that, yes, the man in the suit is Pat Riley. You have the guy waiving his arms above his head, almost as if he's opening a lane for the gray-shirt girl to point at Riley. You have the guy dancing right behind Riley, showing so little rhythm that he probably needs some encouragement from the "Good Job, Good Effort" kid. Then, you have everyone else, all doing their thing in the background to set the scene.

If I had to pick an MVP, it'd be the gray-shirt girl pointing at Riley, but it's a tough call. Who is your favorite character in this GIF?

(via @CorkGaines)

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