You HAVE to see the US reacting to New Zealand’s Basketball World Cup Haka dance [VIDEO]

Crédit photo: FIBA You HAVE to see the US reacting to New Zealand’s Basketball World Cup Haka dance [VIDEO]
The 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup has taken over Spain and will continue delivering action until September 14, but there’s no way any moment will be able to outshine this one. No. Way. Hold on to your seats because even if you hate sports, you’re going to love this.

New Zealand was about to play against the United States when the team decided to unleash a little somethin’ somethin’ special before the game: A traditional Haka dance "borrowed from the island's Māori people, meant to fiercely display the group's pride, strength and unity," according to Huff Post

Their performance was certainly memorable, but there was one thing better: The US team’s reaction. Close-ups of Derrick Rose and James Harden show them with their mouths wide open, staring in utter confusion and, we’re going to guess, jealousy. Who wouldn't want mad skills like that? 

In the end, the US won 98-71, but the guys of New Zealand will always have their moves, so really, they’ll always be winning.

 

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