Team USA 'Dabs' After Scoring vs. Canada, Says Cam Newton Inspired It

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistDecember 26, 2015

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The power of the “dab” continues to grow.

During Saturday’s 2016 World Junior Championship contest against Canada, Team USA captain Zach Werenski broke out the dance that has become an absolute craze in the NFL.

After winning 4-2, the players credited Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton—who has become the face of the dab—as inspiration:

Colin White did it while sliding on one knee, something Newton presumably has never done (yet):

Is there anything more American than this?

[Twitter, h/t CBS Sports]

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