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Electronic music producer Skylar Spence turned Allen Iverson’s infamous “Practice?” rant into a funky new song. 

By Extra Mustard
July 16, 2015

As much as the 11 All-Star appearances, the four scoring titles and the MVP award, we remember Allen Iverson for that rant about practice at a press conference in 2002. 

Iverson’s rant has already been sampled in a rap song—a 2013 Action Bronson track off the Blue Chips 2 mixtape—and now it appears in something a little more mellow. 

Electronic producer Skylar Spence (real name Ryan DeRobertis, previously known as Saint Pepsi) has a new track called “Practice” that incorporates A.I.’s incredulous query. 

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The track is the first single from a compilation assembled to commemorate Carpark Records’ 16th anniversary. The whole record is basketball-themed, so we’ll have to see what they come up with next. 

Brent Barry lip-synced Allen Iverson's 'Practice' rant

- Dan Gartland

[via The 700 Level]

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