The Boston Celtics are using their day off on Monday to work on their moves and get some time in the weight room…but that doesn't necessarily mean they are working on their basketball game.

Celtics assistant coach Jerome Allen hosted an informal dance battle in the weight room featuring himself, Tacko Fall, Semi Ojeleye and Marcus Smart.

In the video on Allen's Instagram, Fall and Ojeleye took turns dancing to the Nigerian singer Burna Boy, while Allen and Smart got down to “Flipside” by Freeway.

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“The ReStart: Season 2 Episode 1: “The Dance Battle – Africa vs Philly,” Allen dubbed the friendly dance-off.  “In your opinion who won the battle?”

It's especially enjoyable to watch the 7-foot-5 Fall break out the dancing shoes, and hopefully the “episode 1” label means that more Celtics dance-offs from the bubble will be on the way.

Watch the Celtics get their groove on below:

The Celtics have a reason to be in good spirits after holding on for a 128-124 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday. Boston (44-22) found their basketball groove two days after their 119-112 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks in their first seeding game.

Jayson Tatum, in particular, regained his All-Star form after a horrid shooting night against a staunch Milwaukee defense. Tatum dropped 34 points (11-22 FG) and a career-high eight assists in Sunday's win.

The Celtics are currently four games behind the Toronto Raptors for the no.2 seed in the Eastern Conference and 2.5 games ahead of the Miami Heat (42-25). Boston's next game will see them face the Heat on Tuesday.