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Miami Heat Repeat! Top Ten NBA Champ Anthems

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We're #1! We're #1! We're #1!

That's right, your Miami Heat are NBA champs! And the whole Heat Nation agrees that our boys worked their asses off and didn't let anything (haters, bandwagon fans, and refs who didn't call fouls) get in the way of a championship ring.

And if you can't get enough of LeBron, D-Wade, Bosh, Allen, Miller, Birdman, and the rest of el Heat's greatness, here are the top ten Miami Heat champ anthems.

¡Dale, Heat!

See also:

-Miami Heat and Drake's NBA Champ Party on South Beach: A Four-Part Recap

-Miami Heat Win! Six Hometown Heroes, From Trick Daddy to Pitbull, Celebrate NBA Champs

Pitbull's "Welcome to Dade County"

The next time Lil Wayne even thinks about talking shit to the Miami Heat, he better think twice and take advice from Mr. 305: "Don't shit where you eat."

Pepe Billete's "Heat Fight Song"

But if Tunechi is a sore loser and keeps on with his Heat hate speech (even after we pulled a back-to-back championships), the 305 will knock him out to the Pepe Billete's "Heat Fight Song."

Andy Pita's "Miami Heat Pep Rally Speech 2013"

"Fellow Miamians," you know what time it is. We don't even need to tell you. But get ready for the pep talks of all pep talks. And in the words of Andy Pita: "Get ready to do lots and lots of pee-pee in your pantalones!"

The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army"

Is it hot in here? Or is it the perfectly chiseled men of the Heat? Whatever it is, nothing held these sexy beasts back from winning the NBA title, not Miller's missing shoe, LeBron's headband, or a "Seven Nation Army."

Vigalanty's "Reheat the Repeat"

That's right, "we hot, ca-lie-n-te, Miami Heat" and we did reheat the repeat. That's what we talkin' bout!

Pitbull's "Feel This Moment" Miami Heat Remix

"Tell each team in the NBA: Move out to the side." Guess when Mr. Worldwide speaks, the globe listens.

Flo Rida's "We Already Won"

Another championship title, another ring. You already know, we already won. And "ain't no need to play no mo' games. We #1!"

John Paul's "Like This"

Back-to-back championship victories, with a back-to-back MVP ... "You ain't never seen nobody do it like this."

Taimark's "Miami Heat New Song 'Champion' 2013" Featuring Rob the Rockstar and Jodi

Victory is ours! So rub it in the haters' faces with this Heat-themed rendition of the Rocky theme song? Y'all can't touch us!

Baauer's "Harlem Shake" Miami Heat Edition

All hail King James, D-Wade, Boshman, Super Mario, Birdman, and the rest of los terroristas del Heat!

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