NBA Warned Drake For 'Bad Language' After Kendrick Perkins Exchange

NBA Warned Drake For 'Bad Language' After Kendrick Perkins Exchange

NBA Warned Drake For 'Bad Language' After Kendrick Perkins Exchange

The NBA has reportedly put Drake on notice. While he did have a good laugh at the fact that Drake got a warning, he said the Raps might be leading the series if Drake wasn't sitting on the sidelines.

Perkins took exception to Drake's comments as the teams were leaving the court at the end of the first half on Tuesday. Security and other Cleveland players kept the two apart.

Drake, who sits courtside at Raptors' home games in Air Canada Centre, has often engaged in good-natured banter with players such as LeBron James. "I was talking to my old teammate Serge walking into halftime telling him 'We about to win this game, ' and Drake butted in talking shit to me", he told ESPN. "I mean, really. If he leaves me alone, I'll leave him alone, and that's all there is".

The pair exchanged words as the Raptors and Cavaliers headed to the tunnels at halftime. However, according to the Cavs DJ, that will not be the case.

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"'I'm fine. What's he going to do?,' said Perkins, who stands 6'10" and weighs 270 lbs, with a smirk.

While Drake doesn't have any official stake in the Toronto Raptors, he's been considered the team's official global ambassador. The second happened after the Cavaliers narrowly defeated the Raptors 113-112.

Given that the second round of playoffs is between the Cavs and Raptors, it makes sense that some Drake music would be getting played during the game.

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