I'm sure you've seen a lot of Gangnam Style videos lately.
Since South Korean rapper Psy set the internet and club scene on fire with his viral and worldwide phenomenon, people have been recreating it just about everywhere. From schools to tailgating lots to talk shows, everybody has been going Gangnam Style a lot recently.
However, you probably haven't seen anybody with a height of 7'2" break it down with a Gangnam routine, let alone in the middle of a mall.
Roy Hibbert has been on Parks & Recreation, is trying to become a member of Samcro or a One-Niner on Sons of Anarchy, and now he's gone Gangnam Style.
This alone should get you to vote for him for the All-Star game, just so we can see the dance routine Derrick Rose will refuse to participate in during the intros.
Further of analysis of his version of Gangnam Style: his form is really solid. He's got great footwork and the fluid motion of the step-step-double step is exactly where you want it to be for a center with his experience. The side shuffle is also fantastic. It's very smooth.
I worry about him try to dive through the dancers legs because it could use a little work, but you try having a 7'2" frame and pull off that move without seriously injuring your dance partner. And look at Miles Plumlee! He loves it!
It's also nice that he pulls back the curtain and shows us the work he put into it at the end of the video. It can't be easy to choreograph that performance and pull it off on the first take once the lights come on. That's that playoff experience shining through.