Halftime Spotlight: Dance Contest

Halftime Spotlight: Dance Contest

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Cristy Brusoe
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Fans were entertained by three polar-opposite styles of dance Monday night during the halftime show as the Wolves hosted the Mavericks. As we count down to the end of 2013, it was only fitting that Minnesota hosted its final dance competition of the year.

Three contestants found themselves in front of a jam-packed Target Center crowd, prepared to portray their moves.

First up was a little man who showed off by shuffling his feet back and forth and attempting the worm on the Wolves home court.

Next up was contestant number two, who preferred to go by Tom “The Dad.” Tom’s arsenal of moves included swinging his arms back and forth along his sides and swiveling his hips.

When it was contestant number three’s turn, there was a hush among the crowd. The fan dressed in the black leather jacket quietly shocked the crowd with his professional style of lock, stop and pop style of dancing.

B-Wright surveyed the crowd and the results were muddled. Both contestant number two and three received an equal amount of praise from the fans. With a Treasure Island Timberwolves Prize Pack hanging in the balance, B-Wright was at a loss of whom to crown the winner.

Everyone seemed to agree, both contestants deserved the prize and thus, contestant one and two were awarded the prize pack, which included a Kevin Love autographed basketball.


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