Chris Brown joins Josh Selby, Gilbert Arenas at Goodman League

Chris Brown is known for a lot of things. His troublesome relationship with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, his hit music that is constantly on the radio, and the recent incident with Drake at a night club. He is not known for his basketball skills, but he very well may be in the near future.

The Hip-Hop star joined NBAers Josh Selby and Gilbert Arenas at the Goodman League, and defeated the Goodman All-Stars by over 20 points.

And Chris Brown isn’t one of those rappers who thinks they can ball with the big boys. He actually has some pretty serious game.

In the video above, you’ll see that even on a floor that had multiple NBA players, Chris Brown certainly held his own.

He has a pretty nice outside jump shot, but the most impressive part was his athleticism. Breezy made several very nice passes and plays with the ball, and even proved that he could dunk. Chris Brown stands at about 6 feet tall, so being able to dunk at that height for someone who doesn’t have any professional experience in basketball.

Chris Brown recently made basketball news in the nightclub brawl that resulted in star point guard Tony Parker sustaining a serious eye injury.

I’d love to see Chris Brown continue to play in these pickup game circuits. It’s always fun to see the celebrities who think they have game actually stack up against some of the best in the world.

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