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It would appear that Drake and Lebron James are on good terms now.

Though there was a point during the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 113-87 blowout win over the Toronto Raptors in Game 6 when James openly taunted Drake from the court, it appears there is no lingering animosity between the two. Following the game, Drake greeted James in the tunnel to congratulate him on his victory and his sixth consecutive Finals appearance. So no love appears to be lost for these two.

But Cavs forward Kevin Love appears to feel a little less loving towards the Toronto rapper and Raptors team ambassador and was more than willing to throw his own dose of shade through Instagram.

Love’s caption reads:

Only view in the six is the @cavs in the finals @champagnepapi”

Only view in the six is the @cavs in the finals @champagnepapi

A photo posted by Lil Kev (@officiallilkev) on May 27, 2016 at 8:13pm PDT

Don’t ever doubt Love’s ability to throw shade.

Though to be fair to Drake, his own Instagram post stayed very classy towards the Cavs’ return to the Finals and in support of his native Raptors’ historic season.

Drake’s caption reads:

“Historic season! Proud to stand behind my city always! Thank you to all the guys for giving us hope and purpose! Congrats to King and the Cavs on making it to the finals and thank you to the Toronto Raptors for having me be apart of this moment!!! 👌”🏽

Historic season! Proud to stand behind my city always! Thank you to all the guys for giving us hope and purpose! Congrats to King and the Cavs on making it to the finals and thank you to the Toronto Raptors for having me be apart of this moment!!! 👌🏽 A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on May 27, 2016 at 8:17pm PDT

We’ll see who Drake roots for in the Finals given he’s buds with LeBron, goes to In-N-Out with Steph Curry and name-drops Kevin Durant.

[ESPN/For The Win]

About Colby Lanham

Colby Lanham is a graduate of Clemson University who, in addition to writing for The Comeback, has written for SI's Campus Rush, Bleacher Report, and Clemson Athletics. He is an alumni of the 2015 Sports Journalism Institute, where he also worked as an editorial intern for MLB.com. He has interests in football, basketball, and various forms of pop culture.