Pacers' Roy Hibbert Takes Flash Mob to 'Gangnam Style' Greatness

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterOctober 22, 2012

Indiana Pacers big man Roy Hibbert dropped by a local mall recently just long enough to make everyone's day. 

The YouTube description gives us all the details we need.

Apparently, Hibbert was at the "Meet The Rookies" event at Circle Centre Mall in Indianapolis. Per the description, Pacers players Miles Plumlee and Orlando Johnson were also there to share some preseason cheer. 

Of course, we have to provide our usual disgust with the use of the song "Gangnam Style," which has already traipsed into the land of overuse. In fact, the next big song that will be beaten into our eardrums can't come soon enough. 

However, there is something rather pleasant about this particular dancing rendition of PSY's hit song. Maybe it's just the center's ability to boogie down to the song better than we have seen any other athlete do it. 

Why would Hibbert go out in public and dance to the increasingly annoying "Gangnam Style"? Because he can. 

I would imagine being an NBA player is a pretty sweet life. You get to do some remarkably dumb but equally fantastic things with your off time. 

Making Pacers fans smile has to be at the top of the list. 

 

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