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WATCH: The best dance moves in the NBA

Shannon Sailes dances during Blake Griffin's debut last season with the Pistons
Shannon Sailes dances during Blake Griffin's debut last season with the Pistons (Getty Images)

The NBA's best dancer delivered the goods.

As Blake Griffin scored a career-high 50 points in Detroit's thrilling win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday, another Detroit star unleashed some impressive moves of his own.

These are some of the best dance moves we've seen so far in an NBA arena:

Meet Shannon Sailes, an usher with the Pistons who dances like Usher during Detroit's home games. Discovered by the Pistons' entertainment staff at the start of the 2011-12 season when he spontaneously busted out some moves on the arena dance cam when it stopped on his section, Sailes slowly grew into a local sensation and is now regularly featured.

If his latest moves seem familiar, it's because you may have stumbled across his viral dance-off with a young fan, a video that has nearly 10 million views on YouTube.

In addition to his work at Pistons home games, Sailes has performed on several national TV shows in the United States such as "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Good Morning America" and NBC's "Today Show."

As Sailes told the Detroit Free Press in an interview last spring, his love for dancing isn't limited to just one or two songs.

"If Michael come on, I feel like doing Michael, I'm going to do it. You put on MC Hammer, I'm going to do MC Hammer. Put on some James Brown, I'm gonna James Brown. Put on Miley Cyrus, I'm gonna James Brown."

If you happen to catch the Pistons this season, be on the lookout for the beloved man known as the Dancing Usher.

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