WATCH: Heat Put On A Show at Battioke 2014

Shane Battier's 2014 karaoke event for charity was a huge hit on Monday night

Shane Battier hosted his annual "Battioke" event for charity on Monday night and his Miami Heat teammates made it a memorable evening.  

Actor and self-proclaimed Battier fan Ken Jeong even stopped by to join the fun and sing songs at the funraiser.

Donning shirts that said "The Heatles", LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Udonis Haslem blurted out their rendition of "Blurred Lines."

And it was about as good as you'd expect it to be:

While just that performance alone would make for an entertaining evening, it was only one small part of what was a great karaoke event.  

One bigger highlight came when Jeong joined Battier and Greg Oden for "I Want It That Way". For those who missed it, Jeong hosted an episode of Sportscenter on ESPN back in November. During that show, he interviewed Battier and made it known that he is enamored with the Heat player.  

Their performance on Monday night speaks for itself:

According to the Sun-Sentinel, another highlight of the evening included a stripper dance by James during a Toney Douglas rendition of "Let's Ride" by Montell Jordan.  "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" also made an appearance as sung by Jimmy Buffet, Mario Chalmers, James Jones, and Pat Riley.

James uploaded a picture to his Instagram account with Wade and Bosh.  In the caption, James mentioned that this was during their Jodeci performance. A video of said performance has yet to surface.

Battioke 2014 was held at The Fillmore Miami Beach and benefited the Take Charge Foundation. For more info on that foundation, visit

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