On Saturday night, before my bros and I hit the town, we watched Game 6 of the 1996 NBA Finals and Game 1 of the 1992 Finals. It was during that second game that we saw the best pregame introduction move of all-time.
You can see it here, on the left of the high five lines, but you have to pay close attention. Every time one of the Bulls’ starters runs out, reserve big man Cliff Levingston does a super smooth Michael Jackson-styled full spin that’s perfectly timed to end with a high five to his teammate. It’s kind of hard to see at first — check out the 1:00 mark to get a great example — but once you catch it, it’ll change your life.
Next thing you know, you’ll be spinning around and high-fiving your buddies every time you leave the room. You’ll be doing the Levingston while you’re waiting for your tacos. It’s a game-changer, and I can’t believe it took me almost 20 years of watching this specific game to catch it. Better late than never.