"Back then I played for Gauchos, went over the riverside" (Cam'ron – More Reasons) | accepted

Gauchos, not “douchos” or Goucher — a famous Harlem basketball team.

"He had plenty gophers" (Cam'ron – More Reasons) | accepted

Also a Caddyshack allusion, given the preceding reference to golf.

"I'm the real ball story, the loser of "Hoosiers"" (Cam'ron – Get 'Em Girls) | accepted

The losing team in Hoosiers is all black; the winning team is all white. Many blacks have expressed some unease with this subtext, including Spike Lee.

"And a cheap case, defaced, blue steel, true skills" (Cam'ron – Dipset Forever) | accepted

That’s “blue steel” — a gun, and probably a Zoolander reference too

"Girl on that McClaren, you gotta lift the doors / Blades ..." (Drake – Bollywood Flow) | accepted

Once again, the GZA reference is an attempt to establish his hip-hop bonafides.

"I'm too fly, keep it hip-hop like Afu Ra" (Drake – Bollywood Flow) | accepted

Drake uses lines like this to show that he is still connected to that “real” hip-hop, despite the fact that he rattles off pop hits with R&B choruses to pay his (substantial) bills.

"But at this point I'm just poking a body with a stick" (Drake – Barry Bonds) | accepted

Beating a dead horse — no sense dissing a guy with no career.

"So I keep it rocking for Pete's sakes" (Drake – Barry Bonds) | accepted

The “hidden” reference to Pete Rock is appropriate, since Drake is rapping about how he has to keep his street/underground side hidden to sell records and please his label.

"300 Bars and Runnin' / Just loan me your ears for fifteen..." (Game – 300 Bars & Runnin') | accepted

Key context for the title: in 1990 NWA released a song called 100 Miles and Running which featured numerous jabs at former associate Ice Cube. Game, who never fails to proclaim his allegiance to Eazy-E and Dr. Dre, sees himself as being in the same position, and appropriates the name of their track for his own.

"And I'm far from Houston but you can chop it and screw it" (Game – 300 Bars & Runnin') | accepted

Goes with the Mike Jones reference.