Complex editor Dave Bry thinks that Drake is going to sell a million copies of his new album, Nothing Was the Same, this week (he even bet $1 on it!). And you know what? He might just be right. A million is a lot of sales in this day and age. But after seeing what Toronto Raptors forward Amir Johnson did earlier today, a million might be well within reach for Drake.

So what exactly did Johnson do? Well, earlier today, he stopped by two different stores in Toronto—a Future Shop and an HMV—and bought every single copy of Nothing Was the Same that the stores had in stock.

"Bought out every copy of @champagnepapi #nwts at future shop and hmv yonge and dundas!" he wrote on Instagram. "Albums in store now get a copy!! #toronto"

Then, Johnson took the copies of NWTS outside and handed them out to anyone who wanted one. It made Johnson the second most popular man in the city of Toronto today (guess who's first?!).

"Got a copy for all the fans of #nwts," he wrote.

So it looks like that's about, er, 40 copies of NWTS gone. Only 999,960 more to go to hit a million! Any other NBA players out there want to cop a few for the fans?

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[via For The Win]