This is awesome.
The 17th pick in the 2011 draft, Iman Shumpert was Donnie Walsh’s last “gift” to Knicks fans. The mix of cheers, boos, and “what the…who?!” permeated MSG the night Shump was drafted in the 1st round of a fairly deep draft. It didn’t take long, however, for the Garden to chant his name and for… More
Alright, folks. Here’s the first set of wallpapers. The king of swag will go first. There are two desktop wallpapers – one very simple and one a little less, and one iPhone one (iPhone 5 compatible). Click on each image to get the full-sized version.
Today at media day, Iman Shumpert took a moment to drop a freestyle over Kanye West’s song, Clique, centered on the Knicks. From the looks of the video, seems like this might be a promo for the team. What are your thoughts on Shumpert’s latest rap?
The New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets. In the first year of the Nets’ existence in Brooklyn, there has been a lot of trash talk leading up to the start of the regular season. Most of it has been amongst fans, but some players have taken part in it, as well. A few days… More
Another day, another rap from Shumpert. It’s awesome seeing how seriously he’s taking this, and I really think his verse was the best in the entire song (Last verse, announced by his “CHUUUUCH”)… Make sure you’re comfortable with your surroundings before blasting this, as it’s pretty explicit.
Once again, Iman Shumpert has released a track, and once again, it is an impressive rap. Take a listen and let us know what you think!
Despite their numerous options, their multitude of weapons, the Knicks were a below average offensive team in 2011-12. Although they played at the fifth fastest pace in the league (nearly 96 possessions per game), they were 19th in offensive efficiency, averaging 101.4 points per 100 possessions. Needless to say, this isn’t what the Knicks’ front… More
Well, Iman Shumpert is pretty serious about this whole rapping thing, so I thought I’d share one of his latest tracks. Unlike some rapping NBA players, I’d say Shump actually has some skills. Thoughts?
When the news broke that Jason Kidd would sign with the Knicks, a lot was made of what his presence would mean to the team. His ability to mentor Jeremy Lin and show him the ins-and-outs of running an offense; his potential to find harmony between Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony; to break periods of… More