The Cavaliers are a game away from playing in the NBA Finals for the second consecutive season, and rumors of them having chemistry issues, on or off the court, haven't surfaced for a while. It's all hugs and hand pounds amongst the squad as it looks to wrap up its Eastern Conference Finals series on the road against the Raptors Friday night. If you needed audio/visual evidence of the Cavs' togetherness take a look at Kyrie Irving, Iman Shumpert and Jordan McRae showing off their singing chops. 

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Nothing says unity like three-part harmony. You have to respect the fellas' craft, showing they can put it down on all levels from R&B to gospel too.

Shumpert is always looking to showcase his musical skills. Last season, he created a rap anthem for the Cavs' playoff run. Shumpert, who has a child by his longtime girlfriend singer/songwriter Teyana Taylor, even recorded a theme song for ESPN's First Take. Irving was once romantically linked to Atlantic Records artist Kehlani.

Shumpert set the 2015-2016 season off with this hype song: 

McRae is just trying to get in where he fits in. He's got to earn that second contract the best way he can. Cavs owner Dan Gilbert might think twice about letting him go. He can't just break up an established group

of talented male vocalists all willy nilly. 

The team that sings together gets rings together.