Drake, an icon of the Toronto Raptors’ fanbase, received a warning from the NBA over “the use of bad language” in his beef with Cleveland Cavaliers center Kendrick Perkins during game one of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
The beef between Drake and Perkins didn’t end once that on-court cameras went offline, per Bruce Arthur of the Toronto Star.
This went all the way into the tunnel, with Drake calling Perkins a "f—— p—-" and calling for him to come out. "I'm here in real life," he said. He was mad. https://t.co/3DJ2HBvrWN
— Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) May 2, 2018
The Cleveland Cavaliers hold a 1-0 lead heading into tonight’s game two match-up in Toronto.