One diss track wasn't enough for Damian Lillard.
Three hours after the Portland Trail Blazers star responded in kind to young big man Marvin Bagley III's challenge, Lillard reminded the Sacramento King who wears the crown as the NBA's best rapper. "BYE BYE," which features Lillard waving bye to the Oklahoma City Thunder after his series-clinching buzzer-beater from the first round of the NBA playoffs as the song's key art, opens with the Oakland native addressing Bagley.
Once the beat drops, Lillard rhymes: "I hoped the King learned his lesson, i's a bad investment. I never crack in the moment, but you made a bad assessment."
Throughout the song, Lillard, 28, constantly tells Bagley, 20, that he's too young to challenge him. Lillard compares their rap battle to taking candy from a kid, before dropping what might be his most incisive line about 40 seconds into the track:
"Had my shoe in high school, I know you probably copped."
Somehow, Lillard didn't just drop the mic and walk out of the studio right there, and the Blazers star kept dropping another minute of bars.
Bagley doesn't have a response yet, but something tells us Lillard will be more than ready if and when the Kings youngster does.