Father-Son Final Four Dance

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Two basketball fans, a father and son, dance on the big screen at the NCAA championship game on Monday. Your first thought is, hey, they’re pretty good! And your second thought is, what a great relationship these two must have, because not only are they at a ball game together, but they’ve obviously spent spent plenty of time dancing together.

The father is Rob Maiden, captain of the Mavs ManiAACs, an all-male dance team with the Dallas Mavericks. He took his 15-year-old son Trey to the Final Four with the dance ready to go.

“At first it was kind a nervous. My stomach was hurting and stuff, but after we did it I was feeling much better,” Trey said.  

The father-son duo decided to choreograph the dance over the weekend, just for fun.

“Sunday night, he and my other son and one of their buddies, we stood around and danced and played music, and I said, 'Let's put this together, let's make this funny, I think people will like it,'" Maiden said.

And like it they did.

-via Tastefully Offensive

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