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Cedric Ceballos Rapping is the Best Thing You’ll See Today

cedric-ceballos-rapping-dunkCedric Ceballos rapping. I like that combination, as I would any athlete + rapper combo. The entertainment factor, good or bad, is usually off the charts.

Cedric Ceballos was a dope baller. He won a slam dunk contest, his jersey, regardless of team, is sought after by hoopsters, and you can now add badass rapper to the list. I’m not talking in a Steve Francis or Rashad McCants kind of way. I’m talking about having genuine flow. Like, he’s impressively good.

That video is an explosion of awesomeness.

Did you see what I saw? That was Warren G rocking the Duke #44 jersey. Do you know who wore #44 for Duke? Cherokee Parks. Up until this point in life I’ve never seen another person other than Cherokee Parks and myself rock a Cherokee Parks jersey. I feel honored to know that I can now include Warren G in my Cherokee Parks hoopster family.

I want to hear from you. What did you think of this Cedric Ceballos rap video? Did you dig his flow? What did you think about the video itself? How about the people kicking it at the party? There’s so much comedy in here. Put your thoughts in the comments.

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Rob Cressy

Rob Cressy

Sports loving free throw specialist and yinzer living in Chicago who is awesome most of the time, has run with the bulls in Spain, and is a graduate of Second City's Improv program.
Rob Cressy


Storyteller, creator & entrepreneur. Founder of @BaconSports & @HeyCressMedia. @SecondCityChiTC alum. Usually awesome, always watching sports.
Rob Cressy

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