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SportsDrake wore a Curry jersey to Game 1 of the NBA Finals — but it wasn’t Steph’s

18:55  31 may  2019
18:55  31 may  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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Drake jokes about selling Steph's hair lint, trolls Draymond on IG Drake played the role of troll both during and following the Toronto Raptors' Game 1 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night. Decked out in a signed Dell Curry jersey, the Canadian rapper was seen grabbing something off of Stephen Curry's head as the two chatted on the sideline during the action. As it turns out, Drake removed a piece of lint, later joking on Instagram that he was going to sell it on eBay and adding that his username for the online marketplace was "DraymondShouldntWear23.

But it wasn ’ t Steph ’ s . The rapper and self-appointed heckler for the Toronto Raptors arrived to the game against the Golden State Warriors sporting the vintage, autographed Raptors jersey of Dell Curry , the former shooting guard and father to Steph Curry . Dell Curry had a three-season run on

Warriors star Steph Curry ‘ s dad Dell is a retired NBA player and ended his career with three seasons as a Toronto Raptor. Drake managed to get his hands on one of Dell’ s old number 30 Raptor jerseys — an AUTOGRAPHED one at that — and wore it to game one of the NBA finals at Toronto’ s .

Drake wore a Curry jersey to Game 1 of the NBA Finals — but it wasn’t Steph’s © Rick Madonik/Toronto Star Drake wore Dell Curry’s jersey at Game 1 Thursday night. Dell was a member of the Raptors, and Drake wore his purple-and-black No. 30 jersey as he watched from his courtside seat.

There was no mistaking the name on the back of Drake’s jersey at Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.

“Curry,” it read. But it wasn’t Steph’s.

The rapper and self-appointed heckler for the Toronto Raptors arrived to the game against the Golden State Warriors sporting the vintage, autographed Raptors jersey of Dell Curry, the former shooting guard and father to Steph Curry.

Curry had a three-season run on the team between 1999-2002, and for anyone who forgot those moments in Raptors history — Drake made sure to remind them.

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Drake wore a vintage Toronto Raptors jersey Thursday while rooting his team to a Game One win in the NBA Finals and called Draymond Green 'trash' afterward. The 32-year-old Canadian rapper donned a #30 Dell Curry jersey as Toronto won the first NBA Finals game played outside the US

Curry averaged 6.7 points in 15.7 minutes while playing for Toronto, shooting 39.0 per cent from the 3-point range.

He made it to Thursday’s game to cheer on Steph, and just so happened to be seated a few rows behind Drake, his jersey staring back at him for the better part of the game.

The source of the jersey appears to be a vintage clothing brand called Saved, based out of Brooklyn.

Evan Flores, the store’s owner, wrote on Facebook that he had travelled to Toronto to deliver the goods.

“Dropped it off to @champagnepapi and the rest is history from here,” he wrote in a public Facebook post.

The poignant fashion statement unearthed some other relevant details about Drake, however. Notably, the rapper was covering his left bicep with an armband, where he has tattoos of Steph Curry and Kevin Durant’s jersey numbers.

It’s unclear if Steph noticed or cared, but the two were spotted bickering at the end of the game, a resounding 118-109 victory for the Raptors.

Jacob Lorinc is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @jacoblorinc

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