Monday , Aug , 27 , 2007 Oly Sandor

You Decide The NBA’s Best Rapper: Shaquille O’Neal, Ron Artest, Kobe Bryant, Cedric Ceballos, Or Tony Parker?

Such all-important life questions aren’t for me to answer. You, the HoopsVibe The Blog readers, have a serious responsibility with the newest edition of Listed. Below are five examples of high profile NBA ballers rapping. Watch the clips and let us know in the comment box below who has skills and who should stick to the court …

Musicians want to be basketball players. And basketball players want to be musicians, specifically rappers. I understand the connection. Music is about movement and timing. So is basketball.

But do basketball players have any business getting in the booth and spitting rhymes? And do they have any business recording albums, filming videos, and acting like this is anything more than a vanity project?

Such all-important life questions aren’t for me to answer. You, the HoopsVibe The Blog readers, have a serious responsibility with the newest edition of Listed. Below are five examples of high profile NBA ballers rapping. Watch and let us know in the comment box below who has skills and who should stick to the court.

HoopsVibe The Blog will tally your votes and announce the winner next Monday when Listed drops the NBA’s best singers.

Exhibit A: Shaquille O’Neal.
Song: Can’t Stop The Reign, DJ Kay Slay featuring Bun B, Papoose, & Shaq.

Exhibit B: Ron Artest.
Song: Fever.

Exhibit C: Kobe Bryant.
Song: K.O.B.E, Kobe Bryant featuring Tyra Banks.

Exhibit D: Cedric Ceballos.
Song: Flow On, featuring Warren G.

Exhibit E: Tony Parker.
Song: Top Of The game, featuring Fabolous and Booba.

Can NBA players rap? Or should they stick to basketball? Let us know who has skills in the comment box below.

Please note: I couldn’t find any examples of Allen Iverson rapping, so I had no choice  but to omit The Answer?

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