The Detroit Pistons' outstanding dancing usher, Shannon Sailes, was at it again. And this time he had some competition.

During a Pistons game at the Palace of Auburn Hills, the Jumbotron prompted fans to show off their best moves. An 11-year-old fan named Antwain Alexander wearing a red shirt was particularly entertaining, and he had a wide array of different moves.

As usual, the camera cut to Sailes during the dance break, and he put his moves on display. Then, the camera cut back to the young boy, thus initiating a dance-off.

The boy, who first appears at the :24 mark of the clip, and Sailes had some good-natured fun, and the resulting video has gone viral. In just a few days it's been viewed more than two million times.

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"He was, like, doing his moves and everything, and then they went back to me and I stood up and I said, 'Come on!'" Antwain told ABC News.

Afterwards the two men met, and Sailes conceded the competition to his young challenger.

For Antwain, his dad said it was a case of persistence paying off.

"He had been trying to get that dance cam to be on him throughout the whole entire game," Pastor Alexander told ABC News.

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