Brandon Davies may be known for his basketball skills but after his dance skills hit the Internet, he’s sure to attract some interest there as well. The 23-year-old American basketball player, now playing power forward for Élan Chanlon of the LNB Pro A, got married this past weekend and, along with his groomsmen, prepared a special dance to celebrate.

Davies and his wedding party, including Davies’ college teammate Jimmer Fredette who now plays for the New Orleans Pelicans, manage to whip it, hit the nae nae and move through several songs in the three-minute performance.

After graduating from Brigham Young University in 2013 he signed with the Philadelphia 76ers for one season before being traded to the Brooklyn Nets where he appeared in only seven games before being waived. Davies is more widely known as the BYU center who was suspended his senior year for violating the BYU honor code that all students sign which places certain behavioral restrictions on students. Davies’ suspension for having premarital sex is long in the past however and the young Mormon can now enjoy his martial bliss worry free. Congrats Brandon!

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