Atlanta rap artist Quavo, of Migos, wins MVP of NBA All-Star Star Video Game
LOS ANGELES – While the hip-hop group known as Migos are changing the culture of hip-hop music, Quavious Marshall– understood as “Quavo”– spent his Friday night being “Bad and Boujee” on the basketball court. He won the 2018 NBA All-Star Celeb Video game MVP, leading Team Clippers to success over Team Lakers, 75-66, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
— 2018 NBA All-Star (@NBAAllStar)
February 17, 2018 Marshall scored 19 points, grabbed 5 rebounds in the game and landed a substantial block on host of NBA 2KTV Rachel DeMita, of Group Lakers.
— NBA (@NBA)
February 17, 2018 yo @QuavoStuntin-I’m going to have a crazy bruise on my hip from that block … but congrats on MVP– Rachel A DeMita( @RADeMita)< a href="https://twitter.com/RADeMita/status/964705626906480641?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"> February 17, 2018 Other Team Clippers’players included Game Fire’s Win Butler, who played in his fourth straight Celeb Game and Jamie Foxx. ESPN host Katie Nolan, former NBA All-Star Paul Pierce and Common coached the team.– NBA(@NBA) February 17, 2018 Group Lakers included Flea,
of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, former MVP Justin Bieber; and Kris Wu, to name a few. ESPN host Rachel Nichols, Tracy McGrady, and Black
Panther star Michael B. Jordan, who likewise played, coached the team.– NBA(@NBA) February 17, 2018– 2018 NBA All-Star (@NBAAllStar)< a href ="https://twitter.com/NBAAllStar/status/964681550116917248?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"> February 17, 2018