You youngsters may not be familiar with George Jefferson since he was way before your time. George was the grouchy-but-lovable, tight fisted businessman on the 70s TV hit sitcom The Jeffersons. Among the many quotables and scene stealing antics that made George famous was his signature dance.
On Saturday, the rejuvenated Miami Heat, who have won 8 straight games, rolled over the hapless Sacramento Kings 104-83. The Heat seemed to have found their Mojo with 35-year-old, 6'-11" center Erick Dampier, who was signed after Udonis Haslem was sidelined with an ankle injury.
During the 4th quarter, Dwyane Wade broke out his own version of the infamous George Jefferson dance. After the game, Wade responded to reporter's questions about his impromptu dance move:
“I have no idea,” Wade said. “That was spontaneous. I know people are going to kill me for that, I know these guys are going to kill me for it. But it was just spontaneous. I don’t really get too many tip dunks. So I was excited, you know. It felt good.”
What should we call it?
“Hey, whatever they want to give it,” Wade said. “(Sideline reporter Jason Jackson) said they called it the George Jefferson already. So they can roll with it.”