Drake wore a vintage Toronto Raptors sweater on Thursday as he suspended his team to a Game One victory in the NBA final and then named Draymond Green & # 39; trash & # 39 ;.
The 32-year-old Canadian rapper was wearing a # 30 Dell Curry jersey when Toronto won the first NBA Finals game to be played outside the US, 118-109, against the Golden State Warriors.
Draymond, 29, and Drake exchanged words in Scotiabank Arena after the game where the singer told him & # 39; trash & # 39; called.
Vintage jersey: Drake wore a vintage Toronto Raptors Dell Curry sweater on Thursday while his beloved team included the Golden State Warriors and Steph Curry in the NBA final
Draymond continued to walk while Warriors starred Stephen & # 39; Steph & # 39; Curry, 31, smiled and marched behind him to the dressing room.
Drake wore the # 30 sweater in a nod to Dell, who is Steph & # 39; s father.
Dell ended his 16-year NBA career game with the Raptors from 1999 to 2002.
The Raptors introduced Dell and some of their other former players after the first quarter, a group with multi-year All-Stars such as Tracy McGrady, 40 and Chris Bosh, 35.
Trash talk: The Canadian rapper after the 118-109 exchanged words with Draymond Green and called him & # 39; trash & # 39;
Drake completed his game day outfit with black pants and white sneakers.
The Hotline Bling singer was spotted in courts with former Raptors player Tracy, who led the team to the first play-offs performance in 2000.
The singer was quite modest during most of Game One as opposed to being theatrical during the Eastern Conference Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks.
He had been bickering earlier in the game with Steph during a sideline, while looking at the superstar who just smiled back.
Side activity exchange: Drake and Steph also exchanged words, but it seemed to be kind of joking
Average face: the rapper frowned at Steph who walked away with a smile
Front row: Drake was in his usual front row seat for Game One of the NBA Finals
The singer of the divine plan wore a black armband around his left arm over his two tattoos of Steph and the wounded Warriors player Kevin Durant, 30.
Drake became a & # 39; global ambassador & # 39; for the Raptors.
He was in his usual front row on Saturday when the Raptors won the Eastern Conference Finals against the Bucks.
All smiles: the 32-year-old Canadian rapper all smiled for Game One of the NBA Finals
Old school: Drake was wearing a # 30 Dell Curry sweater while trotting through Stephen Curry
Number 30: The Dell Curry of the Raptors is shown in November 2000 in a match against its former team the Charlotte Hornets in November 2000 at the Air Canada Center in Toronto
Father and son: Steph and Dell are shown in North Carolina in February
Prior to Game 5 of the Bucks series on Thursday, the team presented Drake with a custom-made Raptors / OVO jacket with diamond kit, designed by the Diamond Foundry, allegedly worth $ 550,000.
Drake was especially animated during Game 4 of the Bucks series and even rubbed the shoulders of Raptors head coach Nick Nurse during the game.
The second game of the NBA final is scheduled to be played on Sunday in Toronto, with the Warriors hosting games three and four at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Good times: the Toronto resident was having a great time at Scotiabank Arena
Big fans: Raptors Superfan Nav Bhatia, a 67-year-old Indian-Canadian, spoke with Drake before the game
Big hug: Drake and Superfan – who have been at all Raptors home games in the 24-year history of the franchise – hugged it
If the series went beyond four games, the Raptors would organize a potential game five and game seven.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr made a snarky pop culture reference when asked about Toronto's most talked-about fan, channeling the rapper Hotline Bling in his response to reporters, according to ESPN.
& # 39; I'm not worried about Drake – I called him earlier with his cell phone, & # 39; Kerr said, laughing. & # 39; My daughter just rolled her eyes, & # 39; & # 39; Never joke again please & # 39; & # 39;. & # 39;
Toronto star: Tracy McGrady who led the Raptors to their first playoff appearance in 2000 with Drake
Pascal Siakam scored a playoff career with 32 points, while the Raptors most dictated the action against a Golden State team that started its fifth consecutive NBA Finals appearance.
Kawhi Leonard added 23 points and Marc Gasol had 20 for the Raptors, fed by a crowd that couldn't wait for a 24-year party.
& # 39; I think they're in it and that's how it should be, man, & # 39; said Raptors trainer Nick Nurse. & # 39; That's home, and our fans deserve a lot of praise for being a big part of it. & # 39;
Top scorer: Pascal Siakam scored a lay-out when Draymond watched during the second half en route to a playoff career with 32 points
Defense too: Draymond is shown while being hit by Pascal
Steph scored 34 points and Klay Thompson had 21 for the Warriors, who had won all four Game 1 & # 39; s in the last four years.
All had come home, but this time Golden State has no home advantage – or home country – advantage.
The Raptors entered the division as an expansion team in 1995.
Star player: Kawhi Leonard scored 23 points in the victory of Raptors
Difficult defense: Steph shows how he plays the ball against former UCLA star Norman Powell
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