LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 18: Rapper Lil Wayne performs onstage at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival at MGM Grand Garden Ar
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Heading into game three of the NBA Finals tonight, the Cleveland Cavaliers need all the help they can get. Already having lost the first two games in the series to the sterling Golden State Warriors—and with star power forward Kevin Love sidelined after being concussed in game two—things are looking grim for Lebron James' team. 

So that's why Lil' Wayne dropped a new song meant to pump the Cavs up for a much needed comeback victory tonight in Cleveland. The track is called "Off Off Off," and you can stream it by clicking the link provided by Weezy in the tweet below. 

"Off Off Off" has the dramatic flair typical of an intense sporting event, with Ben Billions providing an operatic beat on the production side. Perhaps it will actually light a spiritual fire in that Cleveland locker room. 

But regardless of how tonight's game pans out—prognosis for the Cavs ain't pretty—Lil' Wayne the sports fan will no doubt solider on. Need proof? Last year, Tunechi showed off his sports announcing skills for ESPN, or as the network put it: lent "his own personal spin on some of the most famous play-by-play calls in sports history." Check out Weezy doing his best Marv Albert impression here.