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National Basketball Association warns Drake after verbal sideline altercation with Kendrick Perkins

04 May 2018

While no fight broke out, it seemed to warrant enough of a concern that the National Basketball Association has reportedly given Drake a warning on his choice of language during games.

The Cleveland Cavaliers hold a 1-0 lead heading into tonight's game two match-up in Toronto.

Drake, who sits courtside for Toronto's home games in Air Canada Centre and is the face of the Raptors' fan base, and Perkins first had words as the teams left the court at halftime Tuesday night.

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Perkins said they were talking as they were headed to the locker rooms for halftime, and Drake butted in on the conversation, talking some trash toward him.

Game 2 tips off Thursday at 6 p.m. ET in Toronto on ESPN.

Drake fights with Kendrick Perkins. A few of the players, including George Hill, are shown looking back to see what the commotion is.

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It's safe to say a guy like Drake isn't anxious about bring fined for misconduct on the sidelines, and he'll likely continue to try and make an impact on the Cavs moving forward. The second happened after the Cavaliers narrowly defeated the Raptors 113-112. Another harsh exchange followed at the end of the game. He served in that ambassador role during the city's hosting of the 2016 NBA All-Star Game. Spike Lee taunted New York Knicks opponents for years.

LeBron James and company were able to make a comeback in the second half, pulling off a one-point victory in overtime.

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National Basketball Association warns Drake after verbal sideline altercation with Kendrick Perkins