Damian Lillard drops diss track on Marvin Bagley after being challenged

Damian Lillard drops diss track on Marvin Bagley after being challenged

Damian Lillard drops diss track on Marvin Bagley after being challenged

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While most NBA fans were focused on the NBA Draft Thursday, Damian Lillard was busy dropping a diss track on Marvin Bagley III.

Bagley was asked Thursday on ESPN's "First Take" if he'd be willing to battle Lillard on a future episode of the show, and he said he would. After Bagley proclaimed himself the best rapper in the National Basketball Association during an appearance on First Take before challenging Lillard to a rap battle, Lillard struck quickly, dropping the appropriately titled "MARVINNNNNN!???" on Soundcloud.

Lillard responded by dropping a diss track titled "MARVINNNNNN???" during the National Basketball Association draft on Thursday evening.

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Early Friday morning Bagley released "Checkmate", while Dame dropped off "Bye Bye".

National Basketball Association players quickly declared Lillard the victor of this rap beef, as did famed NY rapper Joe Budden, who has his fair share of experience with battle rapping.

Check out both Bagley and Lillard's second diss tracks below.

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