In honor NBA All Star Weekend and the ficial Hip-Hop All-Star Game, it only makes sense to highlight some hip-hip’s most pricient ballers. After all, plenty rappers are no stranger to the courts. 2 Chainz’ skills are well documented. Quavo is ficially an NBA Celebrity All-Star Game MVP. The story Dave East dunking on Dante Cunningham is the stuff legend. Cam’ron is quick to challenge any and all competitors, pressional or otherwise. The list goes on, but you get the idea.
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While you catch up on some the highlights from Snoop and 2 Chainz’ recent East Vs. West ball game, did you notice any particular rapper standing out? While Snoop Dogg took home to coveted MVP status (after laying down a thunderous block that has since sent ripples through Instagram), there was no shortage skill on both sides the court. In full, the roster boasted appearances from Quavo, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly, Wale, YFN Lucci, Jadakiss, Freddie Gibbs, Trinidad James, Young M.A, Lil Bibby, Lil Dicky, Mozzy, Skooly, Short Dawg, Key Glock, The Game, Chris Brown, Kamaiyah, David Banner, Snap Dogg, K Camp, Daylyt, Hitman Holla, Joe Moses, and TDot IllDude.
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However, one all-star game does not an All-Star make. We’re looking to see who deserves the title hip-hop’s best ball player. If you needed a champion in a one-on-one challenge, who are you putting your money behind?
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