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Rap Round Table: Who's Going to Win the NBA Finals?

Some rappers happen to be thoughtful, intelligent people. Each week, Rocks Off will have some of them here discussing issues relevant to their culture.

This Week's Panel: Bun B, Slim Thug, hasHBrown, Chane, Yung Truth, Preemo, Chuckway, Mac, Nosaprise, D-Risha

Not Invited: Amar'e Stoudemire's braids

This Week's Prompt: The NBA Playoffs started this past weekend, so we asked a bunch of rappers what the Finals match-up would be, who was going to win and how many games it was going to take.

Bun B: Spurs vs. Heat. Spurs* [win], but it's going the distance.

*If there is a God in heaven, this'll come to fruition.

Yung Truth: Thunder and Heat. Six games. Durantula [Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder] prevails. But honestly, I want to see the Clippers in that thing.

Chane: I haven't really been tuned in. I know the Sixers are in, and that's my team, so it's Sixers all the way*.

*It's really not.

Preemo: Heat and Spurs. Heat in six.

Mac: I really can't say, but it will be the Thunder or Lakers out the West and the Heat out the East.

Nosaprise: It's going to be Oklahoma City vs. the Heat in the Finals. As much as I want the Thunder to win, I think it'll be the Heat in six.

Chuckway: Spurs and Heat. Six games. Spurs win it all.

D-Risha: Heat/Lakers Finals. Heat in six games. 'Bron gets his first ring.

hasHBrown: Thunder vs. Heat. A day before the Finals start, LeBron James goes into hiding. Thunder win in six, Durant [is] Finals MVP.

Slim Thug: Thunder and the Heat. Miami wins.

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