Prior to the start of the 2018 NBA All-Star weekend, Quavo announced his talents would be coming to #TeamClippers.

Finishing the night with: 19 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assist, on 7 of 10 shooting– he balled better than Lonzo. Securing the victory and taking home some hardware to add to the Migos trophy case.

“My boy gonna’ show up every time…That’s the Cho man. Huncho, pull up, 19 points– the leading scorer,” said Offset–“Huncho says it all man, the name,” added Takeoff.

Showing off his ability to finish with the left hand as he took Justin Beiber to the basket, scoring a layup. Quavo also showed us he could be effective on defense as well. Stealing the ball from Ridiculousness’ Steelo Brim is what led to the break away score.


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After the game, he said he had to “get right” before the game. What it was, he came ready to play.

As Beiber tried to channel his  inner A.I., with the crossover. But Quavo proved he could get a big block like Shaq and Mutumbo, meeting Justin at the top of his jumper. He also  resembled Kevin Durant, driving down the lane, taking the contact, scoring the basket and knocking down the and-one foul shot.

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Quavo looked like he could hold his own amongst the NBA’s best. Dressed in his red Clippers uniform, a white shooting sleeve, Nike compression tights, complete with custom”Huncho” Curry 4’s and the “Culture” LeBron XV’s. Both shoes were customized by Mache. The Huncho Curry 4’s feature stenciled doves, numeral twos and “Quavo” of course. Meanwhile, the Culture LeBron  XV’s feature more simplified speckle work.

Hopefully next year we will get to see the rest of Hip Hop’s big three competing in next year’s celebrity game. Can they dominate the hardwood like they dominate Billboard charts?

Quavo didn’t score 20 like he hoped, but based on his stats, he should be in the next NBA 2K.