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Shane Battier’s ‘Battioke’ event featuring Miami Heat stars chock-full of karaoke goodness (videos)

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On Monday night, Miami Heat veteran Shane Battier hosted his annual “Battioke” charity event, and all his superstar teammates showed up to take part in madcap antics.

“Ray Allen actually threw a karaoke event many years ago in Seattle, and I said, ‘You know that’s a fantastic idea. We’re going to borrow that,’ ” Battier explains, according to a FOX Sports report.

“It evolves every year. It’s a great event. Everyone who attends says it’s one of the best fundraising charity galas they’ve been to.”

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem — all sporting t-shirts that read “The Heatles” — performed a fantastic rendition of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”:

Chris Bosh stole the show while doing “The Carlton Dance” while performing the trademark tune, “It’s Not Unusual” by Tom Jones.

Battier, Greg Oden (rocking a goofy wig) and actor Ken Jeong rocked the house with a brilliant performance of “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys.

James Jones spray-painted his hair for his Sisqo performance.

And the finale, featuring the entire team:

Fantastic stuff. Additional video of performances can be viewed at the Miami Heat’s Instagram page.

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