[Look] Paul George Gets Trolled by Drake on Instagram After Raptors' Win

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[Look] Paul George Gets Trolled by Drake on Instagram After Raptors' Win

Drizzy also made his presence felt during the game.

Published April 27, 2016

Paul George seemingly scored at will Tuesday night in Game 5 between his Indiana Pacers and Toronto Raptors.

The All-Star forward scored 39 points and even after his Pacers blew a 17-point lead, George was in position to win the game for his squad at the buzzer. But for some reason, PG-13 passed, instead of taking the last shot. Teammate George Hill buried a three-pointer at the buzzer, seemingly forcing overtime, but the shot was waived off after being reviewed, giving the Raptors a pivotal victory and 3-2 lead in their playoff series.

That's where Drake came in to kick George and the Pacers while they were down. The "One Dance" MC and Raptors' ambassador jumped on his Instagram account following the game, photoshopping a tear running down's Paul's face with the caption "3 - 2... I knew you were scared," in reference to George passing on the final shot.

Although Drizzy wound up deleting the IG post, you already know that the screen shots make everything on the Internet live on.

And giving it to the Pacers on the Gram wasn't the only way that the 6 God made his presence felt Tuesday night, as he also clapped loudly in the ear of Indiana guard Rodney Stuckey during one sequence of the game.

Peep how he gave Views From the 6 a different meaning. 

It's all fun and games for Drake...but Toronto better close out this series. The Raptors haven't won a playoff series in 15 years!

Game 6 of the Pacers-Raptors' series will be held Friday night in Indiana with Game 7 played Sunday in Toronto if necessary.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

(Photos from left: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images, Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)


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