Father and son take over Jumbotron at NCAA Championship

Father and Son Take Over Jumbotron at NCAA Championship
Thousands tuned in to watch the final March Madness match Monday night, but "Fox & Friends" shows us there was a moment when basketball took a back seat to entertainment.
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'UConn won the game, but these two stole the show. This father-son duo showing off their moves to Pharrell's hit 'Happy.' Turns out the two wanted to get noticed.'

The man dancing in the video is a bit of a sports star himself - "Good Morning America" gives us the deets:

'That is Big Rob, Captain of the Dallas Mavericks and his son Trey, and yes, that was something they choreographed. They practiced it at home and they knew where that jumbotron was.'

According to the Dallas Mavericks website, Big Rob's signature move is "all of them." Judging by the crowd's reaction, all 80,000 people in the arena were impressed.

It's safe to say Big Rob is excited about all the attention. When someone pointed out his story made it to TMZ, he wrote: "OMG!!!

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