VIDEO: Dirk Nowitzki Rocks Out On Stage With The Avett Brothers

If I told you Dirk Nowitzki was a long lost Avett brother, would you believe it? Maybe Dirk getting down, tambourine in hand, on stage with The Avett Brothers in Grand Prairie could convince you. Check him out after the jump.

We often find players dancing when the season is over, if even it's to the detriment of their reputations. We remember Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots after he played in the Super Bowl with a bum ankle. Or when Tom Brady did this in Brazil last year.

Or how about our favorite, Mark Madsen at the 45-second mark of this clip celebrating the fact that he had the best timing of any professional athlete in professional sports history?

Dirk's a pretty chill dude, though, and I think we can see that here. Let's just hope, for the sake of Mavericks fans and the coveted free agent offseason/trade deadline to come, that Dirk comes back next season in post-hangover form.

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