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Try as hard as you possibly can to separate your preconceived notions of basketball players trying to rap. That is the goal of Iman Shumpert of the New York Knicks. 

The injured shooting guard for (the undefeated) Knickerbockers is not slouch behind the microphone, and he grabs the lovely voiced Chrisette Michele for the new joint called “Supaphly.”

As experts of athletes trying their damndest to rap, we’ve definitely heard worse than this. Shump-Shump actually sounds like he’s done this before, and surprise, he has. The Knicks actually come out to a remix of “Clique” that actually sounds pretty good.

Get a listen to “Supaphly” featuring Chriestte Michele down below.


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