Monday , Sep , 03 , 2007 Oly Sandor

You Decide The NBA’s Best Singer: Jerry Stackhouse, Walter McCarty, Maurice Cheeks, LeBron James, Rasheed Wallace, Steve Nash, Or Leandro Barbosa?

But instead of sweating the details, HoopsVibe The Blog decided to keep it moving and present you with the opportunity to judge some NBA singers. Same deal as last week. Review the clips, get your Simon Cowell on, and vote in the comment box below for the player with the tightest vocals. Next week, we will announce the winner …

We’ve studied this topic before. Musicians want to be basketball players. And basketball players want to be musicians. I get the connection. Music is about timing and movement. So is basketball.

Last Monday, you weighed-in on the NBA’s best rapper. In a strange and unexpected twist, HoopsVibe has been forced to review all votes because there were problems with the polls in Florida. Our staff is on it and we will announce the winner next week.

But instead of sweating the details, HoopsVibe The Blog decided to keep it moving and present you with the opportunity to judge some NBA singers. Same deal as last week. Review the clips, get your Simon Cowell on, and vote in the comment box below for the player with the tightest vocals. Next week, we will announce the winner.
Current Stars:

Exhibit A: Jerry Stackhouse, .
Song: Star Spangled Banner.

Exhibit B: Walter McCarty, retired.
Song: I couldn’t find a youtube clip of McCarty. However, he’s opened for Destiny’s Child, Jagged Edge, and even released a CD.

Exhibit C: Mo Cheeks, current coach of the Philadelphia 76ers.
Song: Star Spangled Banner.

Future Stars:

Exhibit D: , Cavaliers.
Song: Staying Alive, Bee Gees. ‘Bron’s not a great singer, but he’s got some moves and stage presence.

Exhibit E: Rasheed Wallace, Detroit Pistons.
Song: A Pistons’ Christmas Carol. Wallace can dance, beat box, and sort of sing.

Don’t Quit Your Day Job:

Exhibit F: and Leandro Barbosa, .
Song: ???

Who is the NBA’s best and worst singer? Get at us in the comment box below with your thoughts?


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