LeBron, Bosh & Wade aka The Heatles sing Blurred Lines & Back That Ass up at Battioke 2014
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If the Beatles tribute during the Grammys wasn’t your thing then maybe you will enjoy “The Heatles.”
Better known to basketball fans as LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, The Heatles performed “Blurred Lines” at Shane Battier’s 3rd annual charity event called “Battioke.” Since images of a topless Emily Ratajkowski come to my mind when I hear that song, I really didn’t care to have those images messed up with images of Chris Bosh. Thankfully, the performance was salvaged by the players’ wives that came in near the end of the song.
Other highlights from the night included Greg Oden and Ken Jeong teaming up for a Backstreet Boys song.
For me, the highlight of the night was LeBron and Michael Beasley doing Juvenile’s “Back That Ass Up” and finishing it with a pretty cool handshake.
But the 2014 Battoke championship went to James Jones, who did a pretty scary job at channeling Sisqo. Check out his acceptance speech.