Boris Diaw Made Lego Harlem Shake Video Because Legos Always Relevant

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterApril 8, 2013

A tip of the hat to Pro Basketball Talk for finding one of the rare, new "Harlem Shake" videos being delivered to a world who demanded last call on these things weeks ago. 

Diaw is taking it easy at the moment, out for Wednesday's game because of a back injury. It's my hope that he uses his down time to construct yet another chapter in stop-motion artistry. 

I am going to assume that most of you had your "Harlem Shake" fill a while back. Now don't get me wrong, there was a moment when these types of videos caused me to actually click play without cringing. 

The fact that everyone and their mothers have produced these things makes me a tad weary when a new "Harlem Shake" comes creeping across the transom of the Internet. 

However, let's congratulate Diaw on producing—he is listed as the artistic director and executive producer—one of the last creative iterations remaining. 

This would be like getting the crew together for one more Happy Days episode or doing one more episode of Golden Girls nobody asked for. 

Take a bow, Diaw. You managed to keep "Harlem Shake" going for just a bit longer. Now, to the rest of you, let this thing die mercifully. 

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