Quavo, one-third of Migos, has been dominating the charts so far this year, appearing on the Billboard number one singles "Bad and Boujee" and "I'm The One". But while his musical talents have been well documented, it appears that he has another talent: getting buckets on the hardwood.
Quavo's shooting ability has been known to the masses since he participated in a game of knockout with Chance The Rapper and Indiana Pacers big man Myles Turner, but now he's displaying that same shooting touch in pickup basketball games.
Quavo's a basketball player that's a part time rapper pic.twitter.com/GkkmeRgh18— Jeff (@JayJazzi) June 21, 2017
While in Los Angeles recently, Quavo found time to have a quick hoop session with University of Arizona commit Shareef O'Neal, son of Shaquille O'Neal, and from the looks of it, the rapper dominated the game. You can see highlights in the video above. Quavo's offensive attack might not be the smoothest, but it is still effective. And after the results of this first pickup game, Shareef seems to want another crack at Quavo on the court.
quavo and I hoopin again this week✊🏾 part 2? Either we team up or we go at it again— Shareef O'Neal (@cynreef) June 21, 2017
While other rappers have shown themselves to struggle on the court, Quavo is clearly just as comfortable on the hardwood as he is in the booth making hit records. It's safe to say we need to see Quavo in the 2018 Celebrity All Star Game.