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Drake Acquires Raptor’s Championship Ring

In the spirit of Toronto Raptors Becoming NBA champions, Drake decided to get a ring of his own. Drizzy also received the official NBA Championship ring handed out to the Raptors’ team during their opening night ceremony.


According to sources, the 30 carat diamond piece was produced by luxury jewelry-maker Jason Arasheben, founder of Jason of Beverly Hills. “Drake had me fly to Turks and Caicos for an emergency design meeting,” Arasheben said.


Drake Launches Campaign To Re-sign Raptors’ Kawhi Leonard

Toronto’s own Drake has reportedly lent additional assistance to keeping NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. Although, Leonard is yet to publicly revealed his intention of leaving or staying with the reigning champions.


According to Marc Stein Drizzy, a noted fan and team ambassador for the Raptors, is leading his own recruiting campaign to bring Leonard back to Toronto.


Drake Celebrates Toronto’s Win With Two New Tracks

Drake has released two new fiery tracks in celebration of Toronto Raptors, NBA championship labelled “The Best In The World Pack.”


The first song is titled Omertá the Italian code of silence and honor appears to have been written recently. Throughout the track, he talks about his upcoming Las Vegas residency, his status on Forbes Cash Kings List and Pusha T’s “The Story Of Adidon” diss track.


Drake Celebrates Toronto 1st Nba Title.

There is absolute joy in the hearts of Toronto Fans as they grabbed their first ever Nba title on Thursday. Popular Rapper, Drake,was not left out in the celebration as he has always been vocal about his support for his home team. He clearly could not hold his joy at the end of the game. “Tonight belongs to Toronto” Drake said.


In video captured of the moment the game was called, Drake clearly couldn’t contain his enthusiasm.

Road To Final – Golden State Warriors victory over Toronto Raptors

Golden State Warriors have successfully kept their pursuit of a third straight NBA title alive with a 106-105 victory over the Toronto Raptors in game five. The Raptors, seeking a first title, had led the seven-match series 3-1, an advantage that has only been overturned once in Finals history. Stephen Curry scored 31 points for the Warriors, who lost the returning Kevin Durant to injury in the second quarter.