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Ever since the Toronto Raptors tied up their Eastern Conference Finals series with the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday, all anyone has wanted to talk about is Drake, who has made enemies out of Giannis Antetokounmpo's rep Georgios Dimitropoulos, and Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer with his courtside antics during Raptors' home games.  

The #Bucks head coach says there's "no place" for Drake's courtside behavior.https://t.co/tCJzo5c6jG pic.twitter.com/CtgkmZp68u

— Complex (@Complex) May 22, 2019

It was only a matter of time before talk of Drake's shenanigans permeated its way to the Western Conference, and the Golden State Warriors as they patiently await the winner of the Bucks/Raps series. A question about Drake's courtside behavior went to the right player in Draymond Green, a friend of the rapper and also someone who will say what is exactly on his mind.

Green responded to the question with a dig at Drake's basketball skills before admitting that he "really don't care" about what he does courtside. 

What does Draymond mean Drake can't shoot or play basketball?

Ah yes, we see what he's talking about.