Two-hundred years ago when Francis Scott Key wrote this country’s national anthem, he probably never envisioned a national dance either, let alone created by a Black kid from New York. Nevertheless, Team USA completed their FIBA World Championship domination with a 129-92 curb-stomping of Serbia in what will historically be known as the “Kyrie Flamethrower Game” as this year’s All-Star Game MVP now adds World Cup MVP to his growing mantle. Afterwards, the team let loose by collectively hitting Bobby Shmurda’s “Shmoney Dance.”
Well, almost collectively. Similar to the 2012 All-Star Game, Derrick Rose wanted no parts in any sort of celebratory activities.