Lil B has spent the past few years tormenting NBA superstars such as Kevin Durant and James Harden on social media. Now, he may have the chance to take the court against them.

Out of the blue, the Delaware 87ers of the D-League offered the viral rapper a tryout:


Of course, for starters, #TYBG means, "Thank you, Based God," an ode to Lil B's nickname.

Enticed with the offer, Lil B accepted the tryout with the 76ers' affiliate just about an hour later:


As for Lil B's scouting report, he is undersized with a mediocre shot. This is evident in Lil B's video, "F*ck KD (Kevin Durant Diss)." The track, part of Lil B's "Hoop Life" mixtape, includes such classic lines as, "Three-point on this b**** like Dirk Nowitzki, up in the club like Dirk Nowitzki," "I'm Latrell Sprewell, I choked the coach" and "Let's play a game of 21, it's really fun, I got half-court shots and I'll post you up."

Note: Explicit language below.

Lil B knows the road will be tough, but he has examples to make him believe. He retweeted @FreakyChef_21, who goes by the Twitter name, "The Based President."


Last spring, the Bay Area native trolled James Harden on social media for the entire Warriors-Rockets series for a celebration Lil B equated to his "cooking dance." After Harden's 45-point effort helped Houston avoid being swept in the Western Conference Finals, Lil B decided to make the trip to Oracle Arena for Game 5. He sat behind the Rockets bench. Harden set an NBA playoff-record with 13 turnovers and the Warriors won, 104-90.



Lil B lifted the curse after the game:



In the NBA Finals, Lil B appeared to curse many of the Cavs, but Iman Shumpert salvaged some of the rift. Lil B's Warriors still claimed the title.

Lately, Lil B has focused on politics. The rapper changed his endorsement from Hillary Clinton to Bernie Sanders.

If the D-League does not work out, perhaps politics can be a fallback.

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