Iman Shumpert is rapping again, and he's not even bad
By JOHN DORN
Iman Shumpert is one of those athletes that moonlights as a rapper on occasion. But unlike most, the Cleveland Cavaliers swingman can more than hold his own on the microphone.
His latest rap appearance came Tuesday during an intro to ESPN's First Take. And if you're asking us, it could serve as the show's permanent theme song.
Shumpert also released a Cavaliers anthem earlier this season. Last summer, he remixed the Chicago anthem "Chiraq," complete with a really bizarre music video. With the Knicks in 2012, he put out a similar anthem to this year's, but for New York's roster.
Shump's Cavs are tied with the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals at a game a piece.
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