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Drake Accepts Challenge From NBA Legend Reggie Miller

02/08/2016
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(Radio.com) It seems like everyone with a pulse wants to challenge Drake these days. This time it's former NBA player, Reggie Miller. But he's not throwing lyrical darts at Drake; instead, it's actually ping pong balls.

After apparently hearing that Drake is a "master ping pong player", Miller made Drake an offer he couldn't refuse: he challenged him to a match. Drake, after responding that, "Master is a bit of a stretch," graciously accepted the basketball legend's offer.

To recap, Drake admitted to not being the best at something. Keep in mind, this is guy who claimed "Last name 'ever,' first name 'greatest'" in a Sprite commercial - before he released his debut album.

Drake will be in Toronto for the NBA All-Star Festivities this weekend, coaching the Canadian team in the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game. Read more here.

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