On Wednesday night (December 17), the Air Canada Center experienced views from the six at the Toronto Raptor’s second annual “Drake Night” game.
Raptors hand out 19,000+ Drake shirts to honor the rapper on “Drake Night.” pic.twitter.com/Rn13TvZph5
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 18, 2014
Upon entry, 19,000 ticket holders were given a keepsake — an exclusive OVO x Toronto Raptors t-shirt. Drake, the team’s Global Ambassador, ensured that fans were entertained throughout the game, during which the NBA franchise faced off against the Brooklyn Nets. Manning a bevy of positions (off of the parquet, thank God), Drizzy hilariously introduced the Raptors starting five and even did a little PA work alongside ESPN’s Mark Jones and Jon Barry.
The YMCMB rapper raised brows during the latter conversation, revealing that he has something creative in the works. “Yeah, I’m working on some great things for the beginning of the year, just trying to keep people excited,” Drake said, possibly alluding to a mixtape that’s rumored to be en route.
See Drake announcing the Raptors starting five below. Hit the jump for a full recap of “Drake Night.”
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