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With 2X NBA champion Bill Walton at the helm, Quavo and Machine Gun Kelly led their basketball team to a win to start All-Star Weekend during the 2022 Ruffles Celebrity Game.

On Friday (February 18), Huncho and MGK cruised to a 65-51 win over Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins’ ball club, which was commanded by newly-minted “Nail Tech” rapper Jack Harlow and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. Even as Harlow and Garrett took the loss, the pair didn’t go out without a fight and managed to create several SportsCenter Top 10 worthy plays during their playtime on the floor.

Jack Harlow got things going early by syncing up with Myles Garrett on a full-court outlet assist.

The “Tyler Hero” rapper also got in his Miami Heat offensive bag and in sunk a deep logo four-point shot during the third quarter when his squad was down big.

Team Walton player and Peleton instructor Alex Toussaint earned the MVP award for his impressive 17-point outing — but it was Myles Garrett who appeared to be the most dynamic baller on both ends of the court.

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In addition to putting on an outright dunk clinic throughout the course of the game, Garrett tallied eight swatted shots and had two impressive highlights, including a dominant block on Quavo and a near posterization dunk on Machine Gun Kelly, that have since gone viral.

In a tweet post-game, Quavo appeared to shrug off the win by downplaying his effort and seemingly expressing his desire to participate in the celeb game next year.

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“Bad Game,” he remarked. “Man Smh! Celeb #NBAAllStar I Gotta Get My Straightenin Tho!”

To his credit, Quavo has dominated the competition during NBA All-Star Weekend.

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Last year, Quavo claimed he was the “best Hip Hop basketball player in the world” following he and Jack Harlow’s victory against 2 Chainz and Lil Baby at All-Star Weekend. The Migos frontman won the MVP trophy behind a 19-point performance in 2018 and also participated in the game in 2019 and in 2020.

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Check out the full game highlights below.