Sure, they can play; but can the Hyperizers rap?

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Mo “Fog Raw” Williams, Kevin “Velvet Hoop” Durant; and Andre “Chief Blocka” Iguodala and substance-abuse-policy violator Rashard “Ice-O” Lewis are renowned for their on-court prowess. But off the court, they’re known as the Hyperizers, rapping schleppers of all things Nike.

Will it ever stop? Yo, I don’t know.

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