Good Day NWA: NBA Wants Drake on his Best Behavior

Good Day NWA

An NBA spokesperson says the league talked with team officials about the recent courtside behavior of Rapper and Raptors fan Drake.  The Toronto native is a regular fan at Raptors games, usually sitting on the sideline near the team’s bench.  But his antics during the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals, including giving the Raptors coach a shoulder massage, has irked some critics.  This isn’t the first time Drake’s been on his “Worst Behavior” at games.  The NBA issued him a warning last season after he got into a shouting match with a Cleveland Cavaliers player.  Drake was named a Global Brand Ambassador for the Raptors back in 2013 and team has partnered with his OVO brand on multiple initiatives.

Disney is opening its new “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” Amusement Park on Friday.  It will only have one attraction when it opens, the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run.  The Chairman of Parks for Disney  calls it the “most immersive land that we’ve ever built.”  Another Galaxy’s Edge is scheduled to open in Florida’s Disney World sometime this summer.

A high school teacher may face consequences after a mother says she was shocked when her son handed her his science homework and “WTF is this?” was written across the top.  The school 
Principal says they are taking the necessary steps to deal with the incident.   It’s unclear if any action will be taken against the teacher at this time.

Alex Trebek said he has made “mind-boggling” improvements in treating his pancreatic cancer.  The Jeopardy host revealed in People magazine that some of his tumors have shrunk by more than 50%.
78-year-old Trebek announced in March that he had been diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer.
Trebek told People magazine that he got emotional at the news that he could be beating the odds, but credits his progress to support from his fans and friends.

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