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Drake Trolls Golden State Warriors by Wearing Dell Curry Raptors Jersey at NBA Finals Game 1

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E-40 and Drake talk prior to a game between the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors before Game One of the NBA Finals on May 30, 2019 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.

Drake is doing some major trolling at this year's NBA finals.

The rap superstar and Toronto Raptors superfan strolled into the opening game between the Golden State Warriors and Raptors Thursday (May 30) sporting an autographed Dell Curry jersey. For the uninitiated, Dell Curry formerly played for the Raptors -- and he also happens to be the father of Warriors star Steph Curry.

Drake's hilarious trolling effort was captured in a photo by a fan and shared on social media. In the photo, Drake is seen standing near ESPN's First Take co-host Stephen A. Smith, who seems to looking directly at the rapper with an open mouth.  

Drake has been on the sidelines supporting the Raptors during their rise to the finals. He recently dominated conversation across sports talk shows with his sideline antics during Toronto's home games in their Eastern Conference Finals playoff series against the Milwaukee Bucks. The rapper taunted the Milwaukee Bucks players, hyped up the Scotiabank Arena, and even gave Raptors head coach Nick Nurse a quick massage.

The Raptors take on the Warriors tonight in Toronto, and play again at home on June 2.

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