There's not much excitement on the court at Detroit Pistons games, so lately fans have been turning to the stands for their entertainment.

Shannon Sailes, a 45-year-old usher, has become a bonafide dancing sensation in Detroit. Every so often, during breaks in the action at games, the camera will turn to Sailes and he will bust a move.

Sailes told the Detroit Free Press that the tradition started rather innocuously.

"They put the (big-screen) camera on me one day, and I just ... did what I did, you know," Sailes said. "I started dancing, and it was great. The crowd responded real well. So after that, I just said, if they put the camera on me, I'm gonna keep dancin'."

As you can see below, the crowd goes wild whenever Sailes hits the big screen.

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