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Watch: The Mavericks End Celebratory Parade With "We Are The Champions" Singalong

After going on Letterman last night to talk about their win, their potential new Kardashian boos and their very dirty habit of licking the Larry O'Brien Trophy, the Mavericks paraded around Dallas today like the champs they are and ended up at the American Airlines Center. There, they hosted their just-finished rally for season ticket-holders and sponsors and whatnot. But first, they hopped up on the AAC balcony and addressed the regular people.
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And oh what a treat they offered -- a singalong take on Queen's "We Are The Champions." We're still trying to determine if it's better or worse than the singalong at the end of D2: The Mighty Ducks. Help us decide by giving it a watch after the jump.

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