It's no secret that Drake has been up to some pretty wild antics while courtside at NBA games. He has definitely been trolling Golden State Warriors players, including Draymond Green, who he reportedly called "trash" at Game 1 on Thursday. Now, the Warriors star is speaking up and it might not be what you expected. Draymond Green has defended Drake's courtside antics even after their alleged drama last night. 

Last night, Drake trolled several Warriors stars during and after Game 1 of the finals. He wore Steph Curry's father's old Raptors jersey and he hid his Warriors tattoos. He even tried to sell Stephen Curry's alleged hair lint on eBay, and bids went over $100,000 CAD.  

He also allegedly had some beef with Draymond Green, another Warriors star. The Canadian rapper reportedly called the basketball player "trash" after his team lost to the Raptors, according to Heavy. A video of the incident also garnered a lot of attention on Twitter.

The fight allegedly heightened from verbal trash talk – sources told ESPN that Draymond Green and Drake got into a scuffle after the game. The basketball player later denied this during a press conference, and he also defended Drake and his infamous courtside antics.

So what did Draymond Green have to say about Drake after all of this? He actually defended the rapper. "He's a fan. He talks and it gets more attention because he's Drake," Green told reporters on Friday, CBC News reports.

"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. That's just kind of how the cookie crumbles."

He also said that he didn't mind all the antics. “He’s worked his ass off to be who he is, and when you do that – I think we all know when you do that, you get more leash than others … But, I don’t mind it. It’s fun for me.”

Green also denied that a scuffle took place between him and Drake. "It wasn't really a scuffle because I didn't hit him and he didn't hit me, or I didn't push him or he didn't push me," Green said, according to ESPN. "We talked; we barked a little bit. But I wouldn't necessarily consider it a scuffle."

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