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The 'Simba Cam' Is The Best Thing Ever.

So if you've ever been to a live sporting event, you've got to know all the silly jumbotron games they play to shake things up! Sometimes there's a Dance Cam, where anyone who ends up on the jumbotron needs to shake it for the whole stadium, or more popularly, there's the Kiss Cam, when couples have to kiss in the camera lands on them.

But lately, a whole new jumbotron game's been taking over.

The Simba Cam recreates the most iconic scene from The Lion King, when Rafiki holds baby Simba over the edge of Pride Rock.

Here's a Braves fan doing it too enthusiastically at Turner Field.

I don't think the baby at this VCU basketball game is liking this.

My personal favorite, however, is from the Denver Nuggets game last night. So much 'aww' in such a short amount of time.

So what do you guys think? Is this one better than the Kiss Cam, or is waving your baby around a little too weird for you?

Let me know in the comments below!
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My favorites gotta be this one ---> https://youtu.be/6_tnQdHU7Vg
LOL! Next time, then...
I prefer the kissing cams of people kissing their beers haha
i prefer going insane and throwing popcorn everywhere
@Cle1 #NoProblem
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