The only way the Los Angeles Lakers' season could be any more embarrassing is if Lonzo Ball and Lance Stephenson dropped a rap song together. Oh wait...​

Ah, yes. Get swerved. (Is that right?)

With Lonzo on the shelf with an injury and ​Lance having some time on his hands during the All-Star break, these two Lakers hit the studio together to drop this masterpiece and get every LA fan pumped for the remainder of the season as the team makes a push for the playoffs.

It's legit. Here' a look at the album art.

Zo actually has solid flow, but it's just hard to envision these guys spitting meaningful prose across a track given what we know about them. Lonzo is the eldest son of ​LaVar Ball, who continues to make outlandish claims to as many media outlets as possible, and Lance is an absolute goofball on the court.

​​Maybe these guys worked hard to get quality time together amid the Anthony Davis trade rumors, as both of them were rumored to be in the trade package for the Pelicans superstar.

Don't count on LeBron blasting this tune in the locker room though. The 28-29 Lakers need more motivation than