The Brooklyn Nets bench lighted the dance floor up after DeMarre Carroll nailed a 3-pointer.

Per NBA TV, check out the Nets' dance celebration. Will this be the new dance craze of the NBA? The dancing didn't stop as the players headed to their respective benches after the timeout.

The Nets entered the game with a 32-33 record for seventh place in the Eastern Conference. They will need to win the next remaining games of the season to guarantee a spot in the postseason.

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Though it's unlikely that they'll make waves in the playoffs, qualifying for it is still a great achievement. After all, if they do make it, it will be the first time since the 2014-2015 season that they enter the playoffs.

Slowly and surely, the Nets are going back to their winning ways. Much of their success can be attributed to Spencer Dinwiddie's stellar play, as well as D'Angelo Russell's resurgence. The latter was named an All-sSar for the first time this year.

Apart from them, Joe Harris, Jarrett Allen and Caris LeVert also displayed remarkable improvement. Given their talented roster, perhaps they just need more time to develop and mesh as a team. The Nets might be a force to be reckoned with in two to three years time.