Whoop 'Em Mavericks Style Takes Gangnam to Terrifying Levels

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterNovember 6, 2012

Gangnam Style may be annoying, but Mavericks Style is simply terrifying.

A tip of the hat to HoopsVibe, who spotted the scariest video of the young NBA season, featuring the Mavericks going Gangnam.

The production is rather simple but no less disturbing. The Mavs basically took pictures of their star basketball players and pasted them over PSY's as he raps through the popular song.

Look, we are pretty much done with this song and the infinite amount of parodies that have followed in its wake.

This was just too ridiculous not to cover.

It's nearly as a crazy as the season has been for this team, which many thought would be struggling by now. Without Dirk Nowitzki, who is still out with a knee injury, the team is off to a 3-1 start, just shy of the 4-0 record of the division-leading San Antonio Spurs.

It all began with an opening-night delivery of humble pie to the star-studded LA Lakers.

So you could say things are fairly insane around the Dallas Mavericks, making this video, the most annoying ditty since "Call Me Maybe," rather fitting.

The video ends with smash cuts, explosions going off behind Nowitzki and a cartoon Mark Cuban dancing in tandem with the song.

Pretty much how you would imagine it would end.

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