This was Kevin Canevari's line Friday: 6 minutes, 1 assist and the most joyous dance of the 2014 NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Mercer upset Duke 78-71 at the PNC Center in Raleigh. If you want to know how the Bears, their fans and much of underdog loving college basketball felt, watch Canevari.
A senior point guard from Mooresville's Lake Norman High, Canevari moved to the music. What music? He doesn't need music. He only needs teammates, whom he calls brothers.
The man never missed a step. And if he did, who would notice? This was the victory dance, the underdog dance, the reason the country gets worked about the tournament dance.
"We believe we can beat anybody and we're not surprised by any means," says Canevari.
Every underdog says that. About the dancing?
"He's the best dancer on the team," says Mercer coach Bob Huffman. "He keeps everybody loose."
Canevari has been doing it since he played for Lake Norman.
"That's the first thing coaches ask me," says Lake Norman coach Brandon Jolly, who is in the arena Friday. "Did I teach him to dance."
Jolly can't take credit. He says Canevari is the most competitive player he's coached, an old-school, pass-first point guard who wanted to win games, practices and drills. He danced at Lake Norman, too.
Canevari says the team needed a dancer and chose him. He dances after all the big victories, after beating Mississippi in December and Florida Gulf Coast, last season's NCAA stars, in the Atlantic Sun tournament final.
Canevari says the victory is great for the seniors -- the Bears start five -- and the school and Macon, Ga., the town from which Mercer comes.
What happens now.
"We get prepared for the next game," says Canevari.
And a chance to dance again.
"I hope," he says.