It got heated between Drake, Cavs player after Raptors game

It got heated between Drake, Cavs player after Raptors game

It got heated between Drake, Cavs player after Raptors game

Drake is not an unobtrusive viewer at Raptors games; in the team's first round series against the Washington Wizards, he trash talked Wizards players John Wall and Kelly Oubre, getting caught on TV calling the latter a "bum."

With the Cavs in Toronto for Game 2 on Thursday, it's possible there will be more fireworks between Drake and Perkins.

The jawing resumed after the game.

In that clip, ex-NBA player Avery Johnson jokes about whether it was "God's plan" for Drake to get into a fight with Kendrick Perkins, and, frankly, it's a great question.

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When Perkins exited the Cavs' locker room for good Tuesday night, a member of the team's security staff asked him if he wanted to be escorted to the team bus in case he might have another run-in with Drake along the way.

"I was telling [Serge], "We about to win this game" and then Drake butted in talking s-t to me", the athlete clarified to ESPN. "I'm here in real life", he said. "So I said something back to him", Perkins said.

"I just said I like the hem on his capris", he quipped.

The men exchanged pleasantries several times during the Cavaliers' 113-112 overtime win Tuesday at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario. LeBron James recorded a triple-double, with 26 points, 13 assists and 11 rebounds and received solid support from his teammates, with Tristan Thompson registering 14 points and 12 rebounds, while Smith and Korver scored 20 and 19 points respectively.

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