Lonzo Ball freestyles over Drake’s ‘Free Smoke,’ is actually decent

Dwayne Bacon (No. 45): Bacon is a long, athletic wing who could work his way into the first round with a strong performance. He’ll need to show off an improved shot on the floor, as well as a willingness to buy into becoming a role player in interviews.

Isaiah Briscoe (No. 78): Briscoe was another player in an impossible position. Play out of position at Kentucky again with Quade Green in tow, or decide to declare for the draft? Briscoe decided to try his luck. He’ll also need to show off improved shooting mechanics to pair with his ability to pass as well as defend.

Dillon Brooks (No. 52): Brooks was one of the best players in college basketball this year, but struggled in the NCAA Tournament in a variety of matchups that pitted him against stronger athletes and length. Brooks is caught between NBA positions defensively, and needs to show that he can score efficiently against more athletic players. He’s also another player who wouldn’t hurt himself by showing off Bing Cheap Jerseys better shooting.

Lonzo Ball took a break from marketing his super-expensive shoes to hit the mic, apparently.

The potential top-five pick in the 2017 NBA Draft freestyled over Drake’s song Free Smoke under the moniker ZO2, the same name as Cheap NFL Jerseys China his patented kicks, rapping alongside DC The Don.

This comes just weeks after Ball appeared in a skit for ESPN alongside rapper Lil Dicky.

He isn’t too bad either. He references his future wealth (in a couple months I’ll be in a mansion) and asserts that he’s still a basketball player first (been ballin’ I just added rapping).

Lonzo joins some other notable NBA stars who have a penchant for rapping, a list that includes Damian Lillard, Iman Shumpert and Shaq.

There’s no word yet on whether LaVar Ball will jump on for a feature on Lonzo’s next track.

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Reggie Wayne picks a QB other than Luck or Manning as hardest passer

Congratulations are in order for Curtis Painter. On Tuesday, Reggie Wayne gave him an unofficial award that pertains to playing quarterback.

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