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It can take Robin Schreiber upwards of an hour to reach her car after a Warriors home game, even though it’s really just a 10-minute walk. I get followed into the women’s restroom by men [who ask]— ‘Can I just do a selfie please?Swamped in every direction by selfie-hunting fans, Schreiber — a cheerful 68 year-old retired school teacher — is met with excitement and adoration, as if she just put up 40 points in a thrilling Golden State victory.“It’s getting crazier and crazier,” Schreiber says in good humor, during an interview from her home last month. ’”A longtime resident of Redwood City, Schreiber has come to be known by people around the world over the past year by the nickname, “Dance Cam Mom,” her now super-famous identity as a beloved figure of Golden State Warriors home games.
No information has been made available regarding a release, but pay attention to see of Steph laces this tribute to “Dance Cam Mom” up during a game.
The retired Redwood City teacher — aka “Dance Cam Mom” and “Dancing Warriors Mom” — became an internet sensation and Bay Area celebrity in November when a clip of her boogieing during a game between Golden State and the Dallas Mavericks went viral.
In the weeks that followed, she was interviewed by national news programs and performed a routine on the court with the Warriors’ dance team.
Dance Cam Mom’s real name is Robin Schreiber, and she’s down at the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend this year to take part in some video for the festivities.
It looks like she’s having a blast already as she’s already challenged one player to a dance-off: Stephen Curry.