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His article is totally on point. He's written the type of authentic article that I had come to love and expect from the late Ralph Wiley. It's good to hear someone with more than a clinical knowledge of sports and hip hop music. But I wished he would have mentioned 1 thing: Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp on the Seattle Supersonics circa '96, when they were the most gangsta/hiphop style team of the NBA. They were straight streetballers (even with Detlef Schrempf, designated white boy/shooter). And to top it all off, Shawn Kemp's story really does read like a movie that should be produced by Roc-a-films.

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Hip-Hopand Basketball can be described in one word Dunkadelic!!!!!

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When it comes to hip hop style, basketball was come up in my mind. I remember the jersey and the accessories use by the baller.


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