With the National Basketball Association issuing a warning to Drake about the use of foul language during games while serving as a team representative, Kendrick Perkins was ready to put the Game 1 incident to bed. Because of that, both the league and the Raptors talked to Drake about the situation with Perkins.
Rap star Drake might want to save his colourful language for his albums instead of his courtside seats at Toronto Raptors games.
"I love Drake. Believe me whatever he said to Perk, I have heard a lot worse in other arenas to me", Casey said Wednesday.
'So I said something back to him, ' Perkins added.
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If Drake does start taunting members of the Cavaliers during Game 2 on Thursday, he'll have to come up with some respectful insults. The second happened after the Cavaliers narrowly defeated the Raptors 113-112.
As the Toronto Raptors looked to raise their playoff profile in an effort to finally advance beyond LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers, their most visible fan appeared to have his own lofty aspirations.
He was asked by Cavs' security after game one if he wanted an escort to the team bus in case he ran into Drake.
The first game of the series went down to the wire between the two teams and the Cleveland Cavaliers may have gotten the last laugh.