Drake and Warriors' Draymond Green remain on friendly terms—or so it seems.

Moments after the Toronto Raptors defeated Golden State in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Drizzy and Green engaged in some good ol' fashion trash-talking. The exchange immediately made headlines; however the Warriors forward insisted it was not as serious as people were making it out to be.

"I think so many people make a big deal out of it," Green told reporters. "It is what it is. He's a fan. He talks and it gets more attention because he's Drake. So many people are complaining about it, like, 'You don't let any other fan do that.' Yeah, any other fan is just not Drake, so they probably shouldn't be able to do that [...] But I don't mind it."

Well, it appears their post-game back-and-forth really was in good fun, as Drake and Green were spotted together Friday night in Toronto. According to NBC Sports, the two met in a private room at The Cactus Club Cafe, where they were joined by several others including Warriors' Alfonzo McKinnie.

It's unclear what Drake and Draymond discussed that night, but it's safe to say there isn't any bad blood. The two have had a well-documented friendship over the years: Drake, who is the global ambassador for the Raptors, had given Draymond a shout out on his "Summer Sixteen" track and even gave the NBA star an exclusive preview of his More Life project.

Toronto and Golden State will face off in Game 2 this Sunday.