This Kristaps Porzingis ‘What is Love’ dance is the best way to start the weekend

Has Kristaps Porzingis got some moves for you. 

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Kristaps Porzingis has come into his own cool as the New York Knicks’ rookie sensation. 

But thanks to the power of social media (read: friends with cameras and Internet access), the big man can never run away from his past. 

Not that the 20-year-old Latvian would want to in this case. Because who wouldn’t welcome those fun dance routines that you once made with your Euroleague Baloncesto Sevilla teammates displayed in all their choreographed glory? (A million thanks to SI’s Kenny Ducey for unearthing these fierce Spanish gems.) 

Here is Porzingis taking center stage and showing off some real 7-foot-3 hip action in this beachy-keen, locker-room version of a European folk dance: 

Here’s the Zingshot rocking some real choreography and ANTM camera love-making for a hardwood version of Kanye’s "Father Stretch My Hands":

Here Porzilla does his best boy-band impersonation with hard-core heartthrobbery and well-rehearsed points to the camera: 

And last but absolutely not least —€” this insta-classic Haddaway’s "What is Love" number that plays pretty much like the Ibizan remake of "Night at the Roxbury":

Not a bad way to kick off the weekend. Baby, don’t hurt me no more.