NEW YORK — With apologies to everyone who’s not on his team, Iman Shumpert knows that an opposing player’s trip to the foul line might end up in song.
“I sing during the game,” he said. “There’s literally times when we’re sitting on the free throw line and I’m singing a song and the other player’s about to shoot a free throw and is like ‘Shump, seriously?’ And I can’t help it …
“Hey, my teammates don’t mind it. Sometimes LeBron, sometimes (Kyrie Irving) would be singing it with me.”
In fact, everything in Shumpert’s life eventually seems to end up in song. On Tuesday, he hosted a class at Rumble Boxing, a new business he invested in, and invited his closest friends to hear his latest EP, which played as a soundtrack to the class and will be released to the public later this year.
The boxing class — which in this case felt more like a party at times — had to be stopped for breaks when Shumpert sang to himself or with Teyana Taylor, a singer by profession. Reporters got only this brief glance at the couple, but it seems like their relationship works because they constantly are playing off of …read more
Source:: For The Win