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Video: Lakers’ Robert Sacre Knows How To Celebrate

Nov 26, 2012, 1:34 PM EDT

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The Lakers have had a long history of great big men…celebrators.

From Mark Madsen to Ronny Turiaf, the purple and gold always seem to have a big guy on their bench that knows how cheer on his mates.

This year’s team has rookie big man Robert Sacre filling this role and he’s awesome at it. The former Gonzaga Bulldog (like Turiaf) has all sorts of moves — my personal favorite is that crab-hand kung fu chop — to show his support of a Laker big play.

Check out his moves for yourself in this great compilation of his celebrations (h/t The Basketball Jones):

  1. 00maltliquor - Nov 26, 2012 at 2:09 PM

    LOL!

    I’m in tears! From the cheesy background music to the random guy saying ROBERT SACRE and all of Rob’s antics, this was great!

    • shaner329 - Nov 26, 2012 at 2:22 PM

      Completely useless knowledge here but the background music was generated from here -> http://gobarbra.com/.

      It’s based off a terrible song by Duck Sauce called Barbra Streisand. Either way Sacre is hilarious

      • 00maltliquor - Nov 27, 2012 at 2:35 AM

        Wait…so you’re telling me the name of the artists is DUCK SAUCE and the composition is called Barbra Streisand!? HAHAHAHAHAHA LMMFAO!!! OMG this just keeps getting better and better!!

  2. totallyuselessme - Nov 26, 2012 at 4:33 PM

    New.

    Favorite.

    Player.

    Awesome.

    • broncobeta - Nov 26, 2012 at 4:46 PM

      100%.

      I don’t like the Lakers. But this guy?

  3. tsi431 - Nov 27, 2012 at 7:06 AM

    Best PBT post all year.

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