Canadian rapper Drake has been all over NBA headlines recently because of his courtside antics. Now, as the Toronto Raptors take on the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, Drake is sure to be courtside for Game 1 and antagonize the Dubs like he did against the Milwaukee Bucks.

However, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is unconcerned about his presence and told the media that he is not worried about Drake while slipping in an eye-roller of a dad joke.

Kerr is referencing one of Drakes hits “Hotline Bling “, in which the rapper sings about one of his flings who used to call him. Not exactly prime comedy, but right up Steve Kerr's alley.

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While Drake might not be a concern for Kerr, playing in Toronto for four of the seven games might be. The Warriors have never played without homecourt advantage in the Finals during their recent runs. Each series began in the friendly confines of Oracle Arena.

Now the Warriors will have to deal not just with Drake's irksome actions but a fiery and eardrum-rattling Raptors home crowd at Scotiabank Arena. Toronto has posted a record of 8-2 at home during their playoff run, and they will be looking to ambush the Warriors without Kevin Durant to take a 1-0 advantage.

The Raptors (and Drake) take on the Warriors in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.