The Knicks Are The Best Rapping Team In The NBA
Here's proof in "Lord of War" Rasheed Wallace and the awesomely flat-topped Iman Shumpert lighting up a Freeway mixtape.
The New York Knicks are flying high in the Eastern Conference without the services of Iman Shumpert, a lockdown perimeter defender who tore the ACL and meniscus in his left knee last season. Shump's been busy, though, growing a massive flat top and piecing together a very respectable debut mixtape, "Th3 #Post90s," which blows away heavy handed NBA rap offerings like Metta World Peace's "My World". As a general rule, athletes should be barred from recording studios, but Iman Shumpert is the exception.
Here, Iman and Rasheed Wallace have guest spots on Philadelphia rapper Freeway's "Hol Fam," which you should listen to solely just to hear Sheed "rain verbal terror on fake MCs," and warn "peon ass cats" about his guns.