3 Rappers that could’ve played in the NBA

We’ve seen NBA players moonlight as music artists, and let’s just say most of them need to stick to their day jobs. On the other hand, we’ve also seen famous rappers like Common, Quavo and Jack Harlow flex their games during the annual NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.

All gimmicks aside, there are actually several emcees that can PLAY at a high level but chose the rap game instead. Let’s have a look at 3 rappers that could have made it to the NBA.

NBA Trade Machine

If you’re a true NBA fan, chances are you’ve probably stumbled upon something called the NBA trade machine. It’s pretty much an awesome site that lets you realize your dream of becoming a General Manager of an NBA franchise. Well, we have one man to thank for this wonderful invention:

Mr. Sachin Gupta.

Bird Rights Explainer

If you’ve been following the NBA, we’re sure you’ve heard of the term “bird rights” especially when it’s free agency season.

Bird rights aka the Larry Bird exception is a league sanctioned loop-hole that allows a team to re-sign a player even if it means they’re going beyond the league salary cap.

To fully understand what it’s all about, watch this video.

NBA Top Shot Explainer

In case you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably aware that NFT’s are all the rage these days. N.F.T. stands for Non-Fungible Tokens, which are non-interchangeable units of data stored on a blockchain, which then can be sold and traded.

That’s a mouthful, right? What is fungible?  Let’s simplify it using a language we can all understand. Basketball trading cards. That’s right. Basketball cards have gone digital.

Enter NBA Top Shot, a blockchain-based platform that has disrupted the playing card market.