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Miami Heat forward Shane Battier hosted the third annual South Beach Battioke event Monday night, where Heat players are given the opportunity to grab a mic and sing karaoke as loudly and poorly as they want.

The event, which was held at the Fillmore Theater in Miami Beach, and raised money for The Battier Take Charge foundation, featured some memorable moments, including a performance of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" by LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Udonis Haslem.

Among the highlights of the evening: LeBron's and Michael Beasley's rendition of Juvenile's "Back That Azz Up."

LeBron was also joined on stage by fellow Heatles D-Wade and Chris Bosh for a rendition of Jodeci's "Come and Talk to Me"

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