Draymond Green pays Drake compliment after Game 1 antics

Draymond Green pays Drake compliment after Game 1 antics

National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver says Drake crossed the line when he treated Toronto coach Nick Nurse to a brief shoulder rub in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final.

Between them, Small Forward Kawhi Leonard and towering Center Marc Gasol added another 43 points to Toronto's pot.

At one point during last night's game, Drake came nose-to-nose with Steph Curry, and during their brief conversation, he rooted around in the back of Steph's hair.

"It was a great, great atmosphere", Kerr said Friday. "Especially because the Canadian fans are so nice that even when they're harassing us, they do it in a very polite manner".

In the last four finals, the Warriors have faced only LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers but theyseemed to struggle to figure out a new opponent. He worked to be who he is, you should get more leash.

Fans began arriving outside of Jurassic Park in the morning. There's certainly no place for fans and, you know, whatever it is exactly that Drake is for the Toronto Raptors.

He also covered up tattoos on his arm which are dedicated to Curry and Durant.

The Raptors introduced Dell Curry and some of their other former players after the first quarter, a group that included perennial All-Stars such as Tracy McGrady and Chris Bosh.

Over the past few hours, social media has lit up Dub Nation following their Game 1 loss to rap star Drake's Raptors.

He wasn't the dominant force he was in the first three rounds, when he averaged 31.2 points.

There's some optimism within members of the organization that a Game 3 arrival could be viable, but there's a stronger possibility that Game 4 is the most logical option, sources said.

But if Game 1 is any indication, Drake doesn't seem too interested in toning things down for the NBA Finals. "No, but I like him as a musician", Warriors guard Klay Thompson said a day ahead of Game 1. According to reports, the two-time NBA Finals MVP is expected to return to the lineup for at least one, if not both, games at Oracle Arena.