NBA Stars Name Their Top 5 Songs During the Playoffs

Jared Zwerling@JaredZwerlingNBA Senior WriterMay 14, 2014

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It's an increasingly familiar sight: NBA players wearing colorful headphones as they walk into arenas and chill out in the pregame locker room. But what's playing over those headphones? 

Bleacher Report, collaborating with the NBA, was able to uncover the playlists of several playoff performers. Take a listen below. 

 

Jamal Crawford (Los Angeles Clippers) 

1. "Heaven's Afternoon" by Wale

2. "Man of the Year" by Schoolboy Q

3. "B----, Don't Kill My Vibe (Remix)" by Kendrick Lamar

4. "Happy" by Pharrell Williams

5. "Sky’s The Limit" by The Notorious B.I.G.

 

DeAndre Jordan (Los Angeles Clippers)

1. "Work (Remix)" by ASAP Ferg

2. "We Made It" by Drake

3. "Hit 'Em Up" by Tupac

4. "We Dem Boyz" by Wiz Khalifa

5. "Big Baby Gon' Turn It Up" by Glen Davis

 

Bradley Beal (Washington Wizards)

1. "Man of the Year" by Schoolboy Q

2. "I Know" by Yo Gotti

3. "The Language" by Drake

4. "Danny Glover (Remix)" by Young Thug

5. "War Ready" by Rick Ross

 

John Wall (Washington Wizards)

1. "Danny Glover (Remix)" by Young Thug

2. "Live That Life" by Lil Dirk

3. "Bang Bros" by Lil Dirk

4. "Make Me" by Meek Mill

5. "What Would You Do (WWYD)" by Rich Homie Quan

 

Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers)

1. "400 Degreez" by Juvenile

2. "Hey Soul Sister" by Train

3. "Memories" by Rich Homie Quan

4. "Dead Presidents" by J. Cole

5. "Closer To My Dreams" by Drake

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