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Dallas Mavericks veteran has weird recovery ritual

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In recent years cryotherapy has become a big part of recuperation in the NBA.

Players are subjected to freezing cold temperatures in the hope that it will aid recovery and help nullify any potential injuries picked up out on the court.

A step up from putting ice on injuries, or taking an ice bath, the equipment is reminiscent of something out of a science-fiction movie but it seems to have positive effects.

That doesn't stop the cold from being unbearable though.

And as this video shows, Dallas Mavericks forward Shawn Marion has come up with a unique method to distract himself...

Singing the lyrics of Ralph Tresvant’s 1990 hit “Sensitivity”.

The video is an hilarious insight into what exactly goes on off the court, and if that is what it takes to be a pro athlete I give them credit.

It must be doing some good as Marion is still averaging over 10 points a game in his 14th season in the NBA.

I'm really hoping when it's Dirk Nowitzki's turn he busts out the Rammstein!

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