Learn How To Do The Wave From The Piston’s Dancing Usher

Shannon Sailes, the Dancing Usher stops by CBS Radio in Detroit fresh off his stint on late night TV to talk with WWJ and demonstrate his moves. In a how-to video Sailes details how he does a move he calls the wave. During the recording getting his hips going he said that part is, ” for the ladies.”

Sailes is well-known for his moves during timeouts during Pistons games and The Palace of Auburn Hills. He first got national attention when his moonwalk made it to the arena’s big screen in April of 2013.

During a November 19 Detroit Pistons game against New York, fans were getting in the groove during a segment of crowd interaction known as the State Farm “Dance Cam.” The camera settled on Antoine Alexander a boy dancing and cuts back and forth in a battle between the famous Dancing Usher.

More: Watch Stoney, 97.1 The Ticket Staffers Battle The Dancing Usher

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