Drake wears throwback Raptors Dell Curry jersey to Game 1 of NBA Finals

Draymond Green explains to the media how his Game 1 interaction with Drake is not a big deal is. Courtesy NBA TV.

Drake, the Toronto Raptors‘ global ambassador and world-renowned rapper, has garnered attention during the Raptors’ playoff run for his sideline antics.

In Game 1 of the NBA Finals, he continued to give the people something to talk about, showing up to Scotiabank Arena wearing a throwback Dell Curry — Steph Curry‘s father — Raptors jersey.

Curry Sr. played three seasons for the Raptors from 1999-2002. During that time he averaged 6.7 points in 15.7 minutes, shooting 39 per cent from three-point range.

Drake’s sideline presence was well-documented throughout the game, seated close to the action, as usual — so close, in fact, that he was almost taken out by Andre Iguodala when the Warriors forward was sent barreling into the crowd.

The rapper’s top-notch trolling didn’t end with the final buzzer to mark the Raptors’ 118-109 statement win. He made sure to get a few words in with the Warriors’ top defender, Draymond Green as the Warriors left the court — just don’t call it a scuffle.

Drake also got in a little facetime with Steph Curry during the game and even collected a souvenir, which he had a little fun with in an Instagram post later. Check out that username…

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