The Miami Heat winning streak has reached a near-historic 27 straight victories, but it is still six shy of the NBA record. But did the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers that won 33 in a row ever have a video remix of their streak mashed up by the masterful hands of DJ Steve Porter?
In case you're frantically Google searching to find one, I'll go ahead and cut you off. Porter wasn't alive at the time, and something tells me that the world wasn't much into electronic music back in the early '70s.
For those of you unfamiliar, Porter is well known for his unique video remixes of pop culture, especially those focusing on professional sports. The DJ has gotten to work with the NBA, producing a line of ads for the 2010 playoffs, and he even threw some stuff together for NFL Sunday Countdown.
This remix includes everything from the Heat's Harlem Shake video to dunks from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade to a bit of Spanish commentating. Plus, there's plenty of ESPN's Mike Tirico going crazy along the way.
This particular remix is fine, but there's a severe lack of Heat play-by-play announcer Eric Reid shouting "Kaboom!" after every three-pointer and color man Tony Fiorentino being a generally weird dude.
Porter could have thrown together a two-minute video remix of just Chis Bosh videobombs and I would have been just as excited, if not more so.
It's a fun way to relive it all, but it seems like there's something more that could be done to put this one over the top.