Here's Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis dancing to 'What Is Love'

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By JOHN DORN

The American basketball world knows Kristaps Porzingis as a 7'3" basketball maniac currently playing for the New York Knicks, and someone who will surely garner Rookie of the Year interest.

Before he came over to the States, though? Well, sure, he was still a 7'3" basketball maniac. But he was also a 7'3" dance star.

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Or, maybe not. But he at least was responsible for this fantastic clip while he was a member of Seville in Spain.

Stardom seems to be imminent for Porzingis, who's averaging 14 points, eight rebounds and two blocks per game at just 20 years old. He seems to be getting along perfectly in New York City, and it's no wonder, judging by the personality shown above.

Also, thanks to Kenny Ducey, here's Porzingis and his Spanish teammates moving to a cut off Kanye West's new album.


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