-The PBA All Stars in this year's All-Star dance off brought the house down as both squads showed off moves fans have never seen before
-The South squad led by Joe Devance outdanced the North and won the P150,000 cash prize
-During the showdown inside the court, the North was able to bag the win 154-151 with San Miguel Beermen's Alex Cabagnot as the MVP
PBA All-Stars took the floor as they showcased their moves to their fans in this year's PBA All Stars game held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last Sunday, August 7.
It has been an existing tradition where fans vote for their favorite players in the league and all-stars gather in a weekend full of different events.
This year was no different as both squads from the North and the South All-Stars showed no signs of backing down in the dance off contest.
The winning squad is rewarded P150,000 in cash, while the losing squad will take P75,000.
This year, the South All Stars beat the North in the dance off with master choreographer Joe Devance having fun leading the way for the South's 5-minute dance routine.
Scottie Thompson, the only rookie to start in this year's All Star game, also had his moment of spotlight as he leads his squad dance the 'budots'.
Although the North team was outdanced by the South, the squad lead by the two 'Marks', Caguioa and Pingris, also brought the house down with their hilarious 'tatlong bibe' stint where they even had masks for props.
It looks like our PBA All Stars have more talent than what they show on the court.
Just after the dance off, it was time for the showdown on the court.
The North All-Star team bounced back and won against the south 154-151 with Alex Cabagnot awarded as MVP.
Watch the North Squad's dance routine:
Watch the South Squad's winning dance routine: