Drake wore a purple Raptors jersey with the No. 30 on the front and the name “Curry” on the back, in a nod to Dell Curry’s years as a member of the Toronto Raptors.
The Raptors tweeted photos of Drake and Dell Curry immediately before tip-off on Thursday.
Dell Curry played three seasons for the Raptors from 1999-2002.
Stephen Curry gave Drake a glare after draining his first three-pointer of the night. The two men later chatted on the sidelines in a moment posted to Drake’s Instagram account.
The NBA warned the Raptors to rein in Drake’s sideline antics earlier in the playoffs.
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Drake also got into an argument with Warriors forward Draymond Green following the game. It’s unclear exactly what they said, but Drake appeared to call the Golden State player “trash” at one point, based on the video footage.
Green downplayed the incident when he spoke to reporters after the game.
“It wasn’t really a scuffle because I didn’t hit him and he didn’t hit me,” Green said.
“We talked, we barked a little bit but I wouldn’t necessarily consider that a scuffle.”
Drake wore an armband during the game that appeared to cover up his tattoos of #30 and #35, for the Warriors’ Steph Curry and Kevin Durant.
The Warriors and Raptors will square off again for Game 2 in Toronto on Sunday.
— With files from the Associated Press
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