It was a special show for Phoenix Suns fans; they were treated to a performance from the Jabbawockeez during halftime of the game against the Houston Rockets.
The popular dance group is taking a break from their Las Vegas show to visit the valley, it was a brief visit, but FOX 10 had time to catch up with them before they flew back to Las Vegas.
Their intricate, synchronized moves and signature masks and gloves, have earned Jabbawockeez international status. But their roots are much more local
"I used to be a Phoenix Mercury Dancer so to be back here and see Jabbawockeez all up on the screens, and stuff is a very humbling experience," said Phi Nguyen.
Phi Nguyen and his crew have had their own show in Las Vegas for five years now.
"It's very interactive, we like crowd participation, kind of go all out to the crowd and play with the people, it's much more than dancing," said Kevin Brewer.
With seven shows a week, these guys circuit, train, eat, and clean most of the time.
"The donuts, the donuts go to the hips, and you can't really lift up, the hips don't like," said Rynan Paguio.
Though your hips do get a workout when you move like Jabbawockeez.
If you missed them at the halftime show don't worry, Jabbawockeez are running a special for their Las Vegas show for Arizona natives. Just present Arizona ID when you get tickets, and you get a discount through the end of March.