Travis Scott entered the land of the giants Monday night (June 25) when he performed at the second annual NBA Awards in Santa Monica.
The hip-hop star bounced up to the stage for a medley of hits, including “Watch,” “Goosebumps” & “Butterfly Effect,” backed by some dizzying graphics.
Travis’ effort comes just a few weeks after he threw at assist to James Harden, the Houston Rockets guard and freshly-minted league MVP, at the Governors Ball in NYC.
Meanwhile, the leading ballers in the game were on hand for the ceremony, which recognized the best plays and players from the 2017-18 season.
Winners included Philadelphia 76ers star Australian-born guard Ben Simmons (rookie of the year), L.A. Clipper Lou Williams (sixth man) and Utah Jazz’ French-born center Rudy Gobert (defensive player). Also, triple-double machine Oscar Robertson, aka «The Big O,» accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award and Dikembe Mutombo, the towering defensive specialist, received the Sager Strong Award, presented to «an individual who has been a trailblazer while exemplifying courage, faith, compassion and grace.»
This article was originally published by: Billboard