God Shammgod, a former NBA point guard who is now an assistant coach for the Dallas Mavericks,

and Brandon "Scoop B" Robinson of Bally Sports talked about the games of Shammgod's childhood friends

Mase and Cam'ron, with whom he grew up in Harlem.

Shammgod found some amusing Los Angeles Lakers player analogies for both of them.

"Harlem World," Mase's debut album from 1997, peaked at number one on the Billboard charts

and has since been certified four times Platinum (recognising sales of four million copies) domestically.

He then released two more records with Bad Boy Entertainment that were Gold-certified. To date,

Cam'ron has seven studio albums out on Diplomat, Roc-A-Fella Records, and Epic.

His biggest song, "Come Home With Me," from 2002,

was certified Platinum in the United States,

while two have received Gold certification.