It’s no secret that Steph Curry is good friends with Drake, so when the Canadian superstar rapped about the Golden State Warriors practicing at his house, no one thought twice about its validity.
During an interview with Toronto Sports Network, Steph was asked about Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” lyrics and fellow teammate Draymond Green’s reaction to his name being dropped on the song.
When asked about Drake’s verse, “Golden state running practice at my house.” Steph said, “Yup. That has a real life aspect to it.”
“Me and my brother-in-law were playing one-on-one at Drake’s house. They were all watching and my brother-in-law got all that work,” he continued. “Drake and all of his boys and some of my family were in the stands.”
We knew Drake’s pool is bigger than Kanye’s pool, but we didn’t know Drake has a full basketball court equipped with fan stands. No wonder Odell Beckham Jr. is spending a few weeks at Drizzy’s crib. It’s a grown man’s playground.
Watch Steph’s interview up top.
Steph Curry Explains Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” Lyric About The Golden State Warriors was originally published on globalgrind.com
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