Drake nabs NBA all-star celebrity game win on home turf

Drake led the Canadian squad to a 74-65 victory in the NBA all-star celebrity game at the Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, shortly after receiving a key to the city.

Tennis star Milos Raonic was dunking on 'em

Does Coach Drake have a ring to it?

The 6God led the Canadian squad to a 74-65 victory in the NBA all-star celebrity game at the Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, shortly after receiving a key to the city.

Drake and comedian Kevin Hart got into a 'war of words,' with the rapper telling the referee to get the Team USA coach into line.

Kevin Hart and Drake engage in a 'heated' exchange. (John Rieti/CBC)

But Canadian-Chinese singer and actor Kris Wu seemingly stole the show, drawing ear-piercing applause each time he had the ball.

Kris Wu had huge fan support. (Vaughn Ridley/Getty)

Fans brought handmade signs and cameras to capture a photo of the star.

Kris Wu fans eagerly await a glimpse of the Canadian-Chinese singer and actor. (John Rieti/CBC)

But there was star power everywhere in the Ricoh Coliseum. Milos Raonic was dunking on 'em!

Who knew tennis star Milos Raonic could dunk? (Vaughn Ridley/Getty)

And rocking hot pink shoes.

Raonic's shoe game was strong. (Vaughn Ridley/Getty )

Coach Hart left the sidelines to join Team USA on the court for a last-ditch attempt at a win. But so much for that.

Kevin Hart takes part in the game. (Chris Young/Canadian Press)

Arcade Fire's Win Butler took home MVP after defeating Team USA.

Win Butler of Arcade Fire holds the MVP trophy. (Chris Young/Canadian Press)

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