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P-Rod and the Dime Squad Girls Debate Snoop Dogg vs. Snoop Lion: BR5

BR5Daily ShowOctober 2, 2012

Video games, money, music and hot chicks. Pretty much the most important things in life.

Bleacher Report hit up this year's Street League Championship to talk about all of them, with some of the finest the sport has to offer, as well as the smoking hot Dime Squad Girls.

The girls kicked off the debate, with the critical question, "Snoop Dogg or Snoop Lion?" It's a tough quandary, for sure, but the general consensus coming from skaters like Matt Miller and Paul Rodriguez was in favor of the old school side of D, O, double G, while Rob Dyrdek actually embraces the Lion.

In the end, Snoop himself sets the record straight, but seems to have trouble remembering himself as he mistakenly calls himself Snoop Dogg in the end.

Next in the debate was "Lakers or Heat?" The crew had no problem here, with the Lakers clearly coming out on top. But the next question proved to be the more difficult, "X Games Gold or $200,000." This caught the highly competitive skaters off guard, but in the end, almost all went for the money!

But, the hardest question of all had to be "Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, or the Dime Squad?" Definitely no easy task there, but the loyal Street League-rs showed love for their own Dime Squad. One thing is for certain, we welcome these girls to debate anything, anytime they want.

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