This is like the B-side to Chris Webber’s classic “Shut Up and Play Ball” single that dropped earlier this week. It’s the “I Saw Her Standing There” to Webber’s “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” and it’s made even better by the fact that Charles Barkley was calling for Dwyane Wade to take over the fourth quarter, which is exactly what happened.

Now, if we can get one more analyst to rap about the Heat, we can advance this metaphor and call it a triple A-side, “A Day in the Life”-style. Make it happen, Bill Walton.

(via MrTrpleDouble10, surely his real name)