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Watch Mike Miller and Chris "Birdman" Andersen Sing "Ice Ice Baby"

Jesse DorseyFeatured ColumnistJune 2, 2016

The Miami Heat have looked to fill their holes and fix their rebounding problem via free agency over the past few days, signing Chris Anderson to a 10-day contract in order to see if he can't help them out a bit along the way.

If he's going to sing for us, then I say they have no choice but to keep him for as long as possible, at least as the team's halftime entertainment.

Here we see Chris Anderson joined by Mike Miller as they put together their rendition of Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby" during the South Beach Battioke, a karaoke event held by Shane Battier and his wife Heidi.

And thankfully, they don't disappoint.

The strangest thing about seeing Anderson and Miller turning "Ice, Ice Baby" into a duet is that these are the two guys who I would immediately think of if I were told that two NBA players took it to Vanilla Ice.

While the two do run into each other a bit throughout the performance, it's as enjoyable as we could have imagined.

Other performances on the night included LeBron James belting out Michael Jackson's "Rock With You" and Dwyane Wade serenading a fan with "If I Ever Fall In Love."

Hopefully Battier keeps these events going. Hell, I'd be happy if they went out and held one once a month. There's just something about Miller and Anderson trying to rap together that makes me giggle.

Might I suggest they take on Phife Dawg and Q-Tip with A Tribe Called Quest's "Can I Kick It?" next time around?

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