If you're like most of America, you're probably not watching the first round Eastern Conference playoff series between the Indiana Pacers versus the Orlando Magic.
Enter Chris Duhon to provide a legit spark.
During the final seconds of Orlando's 81-77 Game 1 victory over Indiana, Pacers forward Danny Granger lined up to attempt a game-tying 3-pointer. Before he gathered to shoot, he happened to shuffle his feet. An official took note and whistled Granger for the ultra-rare late-game travelling violation.
Duhon, meanwhile, couldn't control his glee and was caught on camera celebrating the violation by rotating his hands over each other, mimicking the official hand signal for travelling, and bouncing up and down while bending at the knees. It was immediately dubbed the "travel dance" on Twitter.
It's not clear whether an NBA player has ever embodied the phrase "Dance like no one is watching" more perfectly than Duhon did here. He simply doesn't have a care in the world. Pure job.
The Magic and Pacers will face off in Game 2 on Monday night.