Man, Drake has no chill.
Sitting in his customary courtside seats at the Air Canada Centre for a crucial Game 5 matchup between the Raptors and Pacers on Tuesday night, Drizzy showed why he's the 6 man of the year.
First, he was all over pacers guard Rodney Stuckey as the Raptors mounted an improbable fourth-quarter comeback. Stuckey couldn't handle the heat and slipped out of bounds, crashing right into the Raptors' global ambassador, who proceeded to taunt the Pacers guard by breaking out his signature clap.
Riding on Drizzy's heads-up and game-changing play, Toronto pulled off its biggest come-from-behind victory in playoff history, overcoming an 17-point deficit to take Game 5, 102-99, after Solomon Hill released his would be game-tying 3-pointer a fraction too late.
That meant it was time for Drake to take to Instagram and go at Pacers star Paul George once again (in a post he's since deleted).
Last time Drake clowned George after Toronto's Game 3 win, the Pacers responded by embarrassing the Raptors the following contest. The Drake-George feud will be among the big narratives heading into Friday's do-or-die game for the Pacers in Indiana.