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On Sunday the Memphis Grizzlies destroyed the Miami Heat 104 to 86 but the highlight of the game went to the Heat. In the 1st quarter Mario Chalmers was on a fast break and spotted LeBron James running besides him. Chalmers then threw a perfect pass to James who threw down a monster alley oop. Check it out on video below.
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Mario Chalmers has now joined the long list of NBA players who have released rap songs. Not sure if this one tops anything Kevin Durant has done, but this short track of some bars is pretty good by the Miami Heat point guard. Take a listen in the video above.
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LeBron James, please participate in this year’s NBA slam dunk contest — sincerely, every NBA fan.
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