Drake has a No. 30 Curry tattoo, and now he has a jersey.
The music superstar -- and Toronto Raptors "global ambassador" -- wore an autographed Dell Curry No. 30 throwback jersey Thursday night ahead of Game 1 of the NBA Finals against Steph Curry's Warriors.
The elder Curry played 194 games for the Raptors in the last three seasons of his career from 1999 to 2002, going as far as the second round of the NBA playoffs with Toronto in 2001. Steph, meanwhile, spent some of his formative childhood years in The Six, living north of the border from when he was 11 until he was 14.
He and the "Degrassi" actor are longtime friends, and the younger Curry has been name-dropped on a couple of Drake's songs. That's in addition to having a more permanent placement on the Toronto native's left bicep, but the man also known as Aubrey Graham took steps to cover up the tribute Thursday.
Steph Curry and Kevin Durant tats covered pic.twitter.com/pJ9cWkP4rB— Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) May 31, 2019
After reportedly receiving a talking-to from the NBA, Drake's probably in for a lot more sitting than hitting with that 30 on his jersey Thursday night.