The only dancing the Miami Heat intends to do Sunday at the Garden is as part of a victory celebration.

The Heat broke out its version of the “Harlem Shake” in a video this past week, with LeBron James decked out in a king’s robe and crown and other players dressed up in assorted costumes. The Heat’s dancing went viral on the Internet, but it will be all about basketball at the Garden when Miami looks to get some payback for getting blown out of the first two games against the Knicks this season.

“It’s always good to even the score out,” James said after Miami won its 13th straight game on Friday, against Memphis, one short of tying a franchise record. “We’re a team that loves going against teams that have beaten us before, to see where we are. It’s going to be an unbelievable atmosphere on Sunday. They’re a really, really good home team. We look forward to the challenge.”