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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A day after a big win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Miami Heat celebrated their 19th annual Family Festival at the American Airlines Arena.

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The event raised more than $600,000 for local charities and gave the players a chance to let loose.

On stage, the iconic Vanilla Ice sang his classic hit, “Ice Ice Baby,” and Heat superstar Dwyane Wade couldn’t help but join in. Check out CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald‘s video.

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Wade was just a second grader when that single was released to the world in 1990. Several other players were not even born yet.

The players also honored team president Pat Riley, who turned 71 on Sunday, with a birthday cake.

While Chris Bosh was not in attendance, Riley said he hasn’t ruled out a return to the court for Bosh, dealing with blood clots for the second straight season.

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In Saturday’s game, Wade became the 41st player in NBA history to eclipse 20,000 points. The Heat beat the Cavaliers for their 11th straight home win against Cleveland dating back to 2010.