Watch of Drake, the greatest of the Moments of the celebration Of The 2017 Awards NBA
How do you think that Drake made?
The City of new York, NY – Over the years, Drake has shown that he is a fan of, well, several teams in the NBA — so who better than the Canadian Hip-Hop megastar host of the first edition of NBA Awards ceremony on Monday night (June 26th)?
Drake history as an actor is very well known and her talent as an interpreter cannot be questioned, so a lot of people tuned in to see how I would handle the big occasion.
Here are some of the highlights of Drizzy night of accommodation.
Playing Steph Curry On "Exit"
Drake has nailed enough Saturday Night Live sketches now that people are on board with him as a comedic actor. He parodied one of the best films of the year so far, and one of the biggest stars of the NBA, playing the role of Steph Curry in "Exit".
"To go out and Celebrate." @Drake as @StephenCurry30? #NBAAwards pic.twitter.com/7KvLgVBOnq
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 27, 2017
Handshake Coach With Will Ferrell
There was never any concern of this sketch of the flag, given that they drafted one of the best comedians of the last 20 years on Will Ferrell. The concept is also hilarious, an elaborate dismantling of the NBA increasingly elaborate handshakes ending in "The Obi-Wan Kenobi."
Skit Drake is the best Drake pic.twitter.com/Ncsk1GHbBz
— Ramon G (@YoYoRamon2) June 27, 2017
The Monologue Opening
Not everything is a joke in the monologue opening was a success (SB Nation called it "the most awkward monologue heard before an award show"), but LeBron James bald jokes? Come on, that does not get old, right?
In what seemed like a lot as revenge for Drake by calling your podcast "a hard listen," Draymond Green added an extended video of Drake in the shoes of your history of Snapchat. Never a compliment.
Draymond roasted Drake on Snapchat 😂 #NBAAwards pic.twitter.com/oJYr02AWBp
— Word On Road (@WordOnRd) June 27, 2017
The introduction of DJ Di