Basketball meets radio; we are now in session. Here are the hottest jams to keep you pumped through the NBA playoffs, and March Madness. Our music picks are from different genres. Upload the list compiled to your favorite tech-gadget; it will do the mind some good.
One person who is always bobbing his head to hot tracks in the Staples Center is Kobe Bryant. Rated as the number one player in the NBA; the first track is a testament to Kobe's success. In at number one we give the trophy to Tupac and the studious track "Temptations."
As the mix fades and turns up another beat, Jim Jones creeps in at number two with "Ballin."
Keep the speakers turned up because we are playing to the end. Coldplay moves in at number three with "Viva La Vida."
Jeezy comes in with the illustrious number four single "Put On." Lebron James would make a salacious dunk with Metallica's number five, "Master of Puppets."
Ripping up the game and taking it to new levels, Jay -Z comes in at half-time with the number five track "On To The Next One."
Put down the pen, now pick it up again and log these five tracks.
Duane Wade could point all players in the right direction with Kanye West at number six with "Amazing."
If anyone loves Guns N Roses put your hands up in the air, while you watch Carmello Anthony do his thing to "Welcome To The Jungle" blazing at number seven.
For the playoffs this season, we think it's kosher to aim for "Love & War" the number eight selection by Andre 3000.
Tracey McGrady, should dedicate this next track out to the Rockets, the Game's number nine hit, "Start From Scratch."
At the end of every basketball radio session we have to think long and hard about the last spot. Nas will come in and close this session out with "One Mic" at number 10.
The tempo is set for the court, with a repeat being played between the Lakers, and Cavaliers.