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"Stuff Miami Heat Fans Say" Video Finally Exists

Apparently, the "Shit ____ Say" video meme is still trudging along. Which means at this point in a meme's lifespan we wouldn't be drawing attention to any new entries unless they were pretty good. And this "Stuff Miami Heat Fans Say" video is pretty good.

It's the latest vid from prolific YouTuber Scooter Magruder. Guy appears to be an Orlando Magic fan in real life, but does a pretty decent job imitating a Heat fan with good natured humor rather than venom.

We do tend to term on a dime on Chris Bosh, and damned if we don't admire Erik Spoelstra's hair. Though, we're not sure many Miami Heat fans still sing that Will Smith song and proclaim it to be their jam.

You can also check out Magruder's takes on both Noles and Gators fans. Sadly, there's no Hurricanes version, yet.

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