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Pistons-Knicks usher/fan dance off

On Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013, the Detroit Pistons defeated the New York Knicks for the first time since 2011.

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The thrilling victory was on their home court, The Palace, which made it even sweeter. But the highlight of the game happened in the stands.

The State Farm dance cam was making its way through the crowd, when an adorable young fan started exuberantly pop-locking in the stands. Clinton Shannon Sailes Sr, known to Detroit fans as “The Dancing Usher” took it as a challenge; what happened next is pure viral magic.

Watch the hilarious dance-off below:

This video wins the internet this week!

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