Cleveland Cavaliers Rap Meek Mill’s “Dreams and Nightmares” in Locker Room After Winning Game 7 in 2018 Eastern Conference Finals
The Cleveland Cavaliers put down the Boston Celtics in a thrilling Game 7 in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals, last night (May 27). After the hard-fought 87-79 victory, LeBron James' team celebrated in style, by rapping Meek Mill's "Dreams and Nightmares" track in the locker room.
Video has surfaced of the team excitedly rapping along with the fan-favorite Meek track. In the clip, LeBron can been seen in the cut with ice on his knees and soaking his tired feet. A shirtless J.R. Smith victoriously spits lines, and even Tyron Lue, with his 2018 Eastern Conference Champions hat cocked to the side, gets in on the action.
"Hater, rest in peace/Hater, rest in peace, rest in peace to the parking lot/Phantom so big, can't even fit in the parking spot/You ain't talkin' 'bout my niggas, then what you talkin' 'bout?/Gangstas move in silence, nigga, and I don't talk a lot," they rap as cameras roll and journalists look on. Add this to the King's memorable hip-hop moments.
Game 7 was definitely the most interesting game of the entire series, and the first game out of seven to feature a 4th quarter lead change. LBJ put on a show, finishing the game with 35 points, 15 rebounds and 9 assists, to advance to his eighth straight NBA Finals.
See the Cleveland Cavaliers celebrate their Game 7 win over the Boston Celtics in style below.
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