Fans can’t stop randomly dancing at NBA games

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Maybe it’s all the gyrations by the players on the court. Maybe it’s because every action in life has become a recordable moment. Or, maybe it’s just the music. But for whatever reason, NBA fans keep randomly dancing in the stands.

Call it, “Dancing with the NBA Stars.”

At the Bulls-Suns game on Wednesday, this woman showed some of her best moves.

Lebron James would have none of this.

Why this lady dancing on Lebron’s shoulder? #lol #nba #lebron #CavsBucks #noMoreNoMoreNoMore — Kevin Cochran (@thekevincochran) November 20, 2015

The kids get in on the action, too.

It all makes you want to go …

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