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The Best Halftime Show -- Ever

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Sorry the above photo doesn't do the greatest halftime show ever justice.

At tonight's Clippers basketball game (in which they beat Utah 106-91), LAist saw an 89-year-old woman do high kicks and a split at half-court. She was the soloist of a senior women's dance troupe that entertained the heck out of the Clipper nation.

Watching them country-line dance their hearts out (complete with lassos) almost took the edge off paying $8.50 for Budweisers and $10 for Heinekens. Almost.