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Sisqo employs 'Thong Song' as pro-LeBron-for-MVP tune

Credit: Twitter

With the NBA regular season now over and the months-long postseason about to kick off this weekend, the conversation about league MVP is underway during this brief window of downtime.

One of Baltimore's favorite sons, Sisqo, appeared on "The Herd with Colin Cowherd" to turn his infamous ode to skimpy underwear into the "LeBron Song," which, as you might have guessed, suggests the MVP award should once again go to King James.

Sisqo makes sure to inform the host that "these lyrics crazy/ Just want you to know that," so that should tell you everything you need to know. But Sisqo still belts out the words like a pro. Give a listen to some of the real knee-slapping lines below.

EXCLUSIVE: @OfficialSisQo sings his NBA MVP choice #LeBronSong pic.twitter.com/CwjfemB6Mh

— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) April 13, 2017

As for the Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook, who recently broke Oscar Robertson's record for triple-doubles in a season, Cowherd's lyrics say "He missed a million shots/ Some nights he can't hit the parking lot."

Well, LeBron himself thought it was pretty cool Westbrook broke the record.

Brandon Weigel

Brandon Weigel is City Paper's web editor. When not writing and editing blogs about breaking news, Baltimore arts, or anything interesting that comes across his desk, he's covering music and culture for the paper or writing his columns on sports, The Undercard, and fast food, Fast Foodie. Before joining City Paper full-time in 2012, Weigel was an editorial aide for The Washington Post's Going Out Guide, where he wrote articles on music and D.C. culture. His work has also appeared in USA Today, SPIN, The Sun, Chicago Reader, Urbanite, and the Baltimore Business Journal.


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