Zags join Harlem Shake craze | Weird
Just as many thought the Harlem Shake craze was coming to an end, the Gonzaga men's basketball team gave it a gust of relevancy in the Inland Northwest.
On its way back from a WCC championship run in Las Vegas the Zags recorded their own Harlem Shake video with Naismith Award finalist Kelly Olynyk serving as the leader of the shake, (which, if you aren't familiar with the fad, is the guy who starts humping air first.)
"Don't care how late we are, had fun doing that video! lol #betterlatethannever," point guard Kevin Pangos tweeted.
The Zags did their shake on a plane, which has raised eyebrows before when a Colorado State student led the dance on a Frontier flight. The FAA said it would investigate that case, no word yet about the Zags' video.
This year's team is no stranger to the viral video: Guards Kevin Pangos, Kyle Dranginis, Drew Barham and Rem Bakamus made a popular trick shot video that is brought up during most Zag broadcasts.