Watch: Cleveland Cavaliers pull off sensational Mannequin Challenge at the White House

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The Cleveland Cavaliers visited the White House yesterday as the final team to celebrate an NBA championship under Barack Obama's presidency.

LeBron James is no stranger to visiting POTUS after making the trip with the Miami Heat twice back in 2012 and 2013, but for many of the Wine and Gold, this was a first-time experience.

However, during the northeast Ohio franchise's stay in Washington, they made sure to have an epic attempt at the Mannequin Challenge that has been going viral in recent weeks.

Plenty of schools have shown their basketball or American Football teams having a go at the challenge that requires people to stay deadly still while a camera scans the room, and even some NFL teams have gotten in on the action.

For the Cavaliers, though, not only did they manage to do the ultimate video in the White House, but first lady Michelle Obama got in on the act too.

Unlike the ALS Ice Bucket challenge that took the world by storm over a year ago, there does not appear to be a charity linked to the Mannequin Challenge.

But, nevertheless, it sure is entertaining and the Cavaliers may have just pulled off the best one yet.

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