The Raptors lost to the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night, but Raptors fans did come away from the game with a new amazing Drake anecdote.\nAccording to a clip posted by ABC7 reporter Chris Alvarez, Golden State Head Coach Steve Kerr told reporters before the game that he once personally fined Drake $500 for making his players late to a flight.\nEditor's Choice: Ontario Testing Error Led To Multiple People Being Told They Had COVID-19 When They Didn't\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nDrake paid his $500 fine... true story!\n\n\nSteve Kerr\n\n\nKerr said Golden State had just finished playing a game and the team was heading to the airport, but two players hadn't shown up by the time their plane was supposed to leave.\nThe two players were Draymond Green and Stephen Curry, who admitted over the phone they were still hanging out with Drake at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.\nWhen they eventually showed up at the airport, the Toronto rapper was still with them, thanks to a team rule that allowed players to bring a guest on the team plane every once in a while.\nBut Steve Kerr wasn't going to let any international pop stars get away with tardiness.\n\n"Drake got on the plane that night with Draymond and Steph, and I fined all three of them for being late. And Drake paid his $500 fine... true story!" said Kerr.\nDrake hasn't commented on the story yet, but he might not need to — it sounds like the lyrics to his song "Free Smoke" from the album More Life confirms it for us.\n"Women I like was ignorin' me, now they like, 'Aren't you adorable?'" Drake raps on the song. "I know the question rhetorical, I took the team plane from Oracle."