NBA Playoffs

Drake’s NBA Finals Game 2 outfit is an epic troll

Drake has taken his troll game to the next level, with a Home Alone-themed sweatshirt, taking a shot at Kevin Duant.

The 2019 NBA Finals has been a blast to watch thanks to the epic trolling from Drake.

The rap superstar has seemingly put his career on pause and has devoted all of his time to trolling the Golden State Warriors in the Finals. How’s that working so far? Well, pretty great, if you’re a Toronto Raptors fan.

In Game 1, Drake rolled out the Dell Curry No. 30 Raptors jersey, part as a tribute to one of the early Raptors players, and the other part to throw a troll curse on Dell’s son, Stephen Curry.

That was pretty epic, but epicness is hard to replicate, and my goodness, has Drake replicated the troll awesomeness for Game 2. He arrived at Scotiabank Arena with a black hoodie, that had a picture of Home Alone’s Kevin McCallister’s famous two-handed scream.

On the bottom, it read “KEVIN!?!?!?”

Classic.

It’s a true talent to troll the players actually playing on the court, but to throw shade at Kevin Durant, while already setting up shop in the minds of the Warriors players, that deserves our utmost respect. We really have to ask this question: Has it ever been anyone better at trolling the opposing team than Drake?

Yea, we know Jack Nicholson was famous for getting into the minds of opposing teams back in the 1080s, and how Spike Lee went to war with both Chicago and the entire state of Indiana during the mid-1990s. We thought that type of trolling could never be replicated.

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Then, Drake happened, and despite the NBA trying to muzzle the fun, he is out there on the first row, getting the Raptors fans whipped up, and Draymond Green wanting to hit him upside the head with one of his albums.

Call Drake the “Troll God.” He’s earned it.

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