Posts Tagged ‘The Dancing Usher’

Detroit Dance-Off Resumes On Jimmy Kimmel Live

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — Here at All Ball, we’ve been all over the story of Shannon Sailes, the Dancing Usher at Detroit Pistons games. Most recently, we saw him engage a young fan in something of a dance-off at a game a few weeks back. The clip of that dance-off went viral, enough so that it caught the attention of the crew at “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” So last night, Kimmel brought Sailes and the young fan, Antoine Alexander, to Los Angeles, to allow the dance-off to continue …
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VIDEO: Kimmel Makes Detroit Dance-Off Resume

(via FTW)

Dance-Off: Detroit Edition

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — Last season we introduced you to Shannon Sailes, or as he is better known, Detroit’s Dancing Usher. Mr. Sailes has made breaking it down on the dance cam during Pistons games his signature move. His latest dance battle came a few days ago, when he squared off against a young fan in the crowd…
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VIDEO: Dance-Off Detroit

We have seen dance-offs before, but we can’t settle these disputes without your help. So we ask you, who won this latest Detroit dance-off?
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Meet The Pistons’ Dancing Usher

By Jeff Case

The season is winding down and things haven’t gone so great in Detroit. The Pistons are just waiting to be mathematically eliminated from playoff contention for the fourth straight season and are on pace for their worst winning percentage in four seasons as well. Other than a roster stocked with young talent like Greg Monroe, Andre Drummond, Brandon Knight, Kyle Singler and fan favorite Viacheslav Kravtsov, there have not been a lot of reasons to get pumped about Detroit this season.

But don’t tell that to Shannon Sailes, or as he’s better known to The Palace at Auburn Hills faithful: The Dancing Usher. Since last season, Sailes has made a name for himself by busting out some pretty sharp dancing moves during the Dance Cam segment during timeouts at Pistons home games. We haven’t seen any video proof of this until this season and after seeing it, Sailes joins the aforementioned young core as a reason to take in a Detroit home game.

Jim Schaefer of The Detroit Free Press has a great Q&A with the man behind the moves and we’ve got the videos to back up just how great this guy is:

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