Master P has been known for his love of pro basketball for decades, dating back to playing in the Charlotte Hornets’ training camp in early 1999 — but now he has said he’s ready to bring home a championship.

While talking to TMZ recently, the No Limit boss discussed the state of his hometown team, the New Orleans Pelicans. He said that the team, who went 49-33 last season, gave him something to look forward to.

“I think we got a great team,” he said. “I just think that maybe we gotta wait a couple more years.”

He volunteered to help that process along, closing his interview by directly addressing the team’s management.

“Y’all need to put me on the coaching staff next year [and] we gonna win the whole thing,” he said.

By P’s side during the interview was the next generation of basketball talent in the family, his son Mercy Miller.

Late last year, the younger Miller broke his Notre Dame High School scoring record with a 68-point game.

Notre Dame lit up Oakwood 104-44 in Sherman Oaks, California on December 11 and Miller scored more than his opponent just by himself. He even added 10 rebounds to his stat line to notch a double-double with an efficient 28 for 38 shooting performance.

“The Chosen one @kingkonginenergy @mercymiller,” Master P proudly wrote to Instagram, in a post with the game’s highlights.

Mercy is set to play for the University of Houston following his record-breaking high school career.

“I saw Mercy after his 10th grade season at a tournament in Houston. I was impressed with the way he made shots but also his unselfishness. Mercy is serious about his game. He wants to be the best player he can be. He comes from a family of high achievers,” head coach Kevin Sampson said in a press release.

“Mercy understands what our culture is, and he wants to be a part of it. Those kids usually succeed here. We are really excited about bringing Mercy here.”