Look, people. Pregame NBA dance routines from players are important. They set the tone. Bad dance routine? Expect a loss. That’s just the way it is.
OK, maybe not quite. Perhaps we’re just being silly. Still, pregame dance routines are fun, so we support them and any coverage they receive.
Here’s ESPN.com reporting:
Cameron Payne says there’s a simple name for it.
“Swagdaddies,” he says.
“No hyphen. One word. Swagdaddies.” With an emphasis on swag.
Payne has used that word to describe other things, like a ridiculous Euro step, but in this case is talking about his now moderately infamous pregame dance routine — if you want to call it that — with Russell Westbrook. It goes like this: Actually, it doesn’t go like anything. You’ve just sort of got to see it. And then watch the next game’s routine, because no two are the same.
“Every game is something new,” Westbrook said.