CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - We see how competitive Cavs star LeBron James and Warriors player Kevin Durant are on the court, but could you imagine them teaming up for a rap song together?
According to ESPN, the two opponents were once on the same team in the studio to record a hip hop track together. The article, which was written by former Cleveland-area writer turned California columnist for ESPN, says that the two once collaborated on the rap song in 2011.
Now, Spider Studios, a recording studio based out of Cleveland which claims to have worked with rapper MGK, heavy metal band Chimaira, and LeBron, has released a snippet of the previously unreleased, never-heard-before rap song.
League sources told ESPN that James and Durant got together for the 2011 NBA lockout. James was a member of the Miami Heat at the time. Durant, who was a member of the Thunder in 2011, was in Akron for workouts with LeBron.