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Brooklyn Nets hold auditions for new dance team

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Hundreds of women displayed dance moves at Wellness, Recreation and Athletic Center as the Brooklyn Nets held auditions for their new dance team. 

The dancers showed their moves at the Long Island University-Brooklyn campus. 

Callbacks will take place on Sunday. 

The Nets plan to field a team of 20 dancers. All former Nets Dancers who previously performed at the Prudential Center in Newark must audition to retain their spots on the team, excluding the two captains. 

The dance team will perform at all Brooklyn Nets games at the Barclays Center and represent the team at events.

 

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