Team USA had little trouble with New Zealand on Tuesday, dispatching the Tall Blacks in its third game of the FIBA World Cup, 98-71. Before the game, ESPN cameras captured the New Zealand players’ haka, a traditional dance that teams from the island country perform before play commences. While regional opponents may be familiar with the routine, a team of American players — especially basketball players — likely haven’t seen anything like it. That appeared to be the case Tuesday, as Derrick Rose (who ain’t got time for your silly little dance anyway), James Harden and Kenneth Faried looked on in total bewilderment.

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