Kendrick Lamar Rumors

The song ESPN is using during the NBA playoffs, Kendrick Lamar’s single Humble, has now been turned into a parody video with a Warriors twist. Athletes Underground posted the video this week that features a cartoon Draymond Green as Lamar. He raps about the doubters, the Raiders, and mostly just about how the Warriors are so great that “it’s hard to be humble.”
ESPN shared an NBA playoffs promo video the day before the games begin, and it is fantastic. No, it doesn’t include Pitbull. It’s set to Kendrick Lamar’s new single Humble, which will be the song that you’ll hear throughout the games on ESPN.

Between Tuesday and Kobe Bryant’s final game on Wednesday night, you’ll see an endless stream of tributes to the Los Angeles Lakers legend (and that’s as it should be). But it’s possible none of them will match this awesomeness: Kendrick Lamar — with help from ESPN’s Scoop Jackson — doing a poem about the guard along with some of his greatest shots, posterizings and on-court moments. It also uses beats and some lyrics from Lamar’s untitled 07 off his newest album, untitled unmastered, which makes it even better.