On Thursday, the Minnesota Timberwolves took a friendly little jab at Canadian rapper Drake and his apparent curse.

Outside of Derrick Rose looking like his old self on the court, not much has gone right for the Minnesota Timberwolves this season. The team started the 2018-19 campaign slow. It didn’t help that there was tons of drama around the team thanks to Jimmy Butler almost daily until he was traded.

And you have to add in all the drama that surrounded the firing of head coach and team president Tom Thibodeau about a week ago.

However, things have settled down as of now with very little, if any, drama now that Ryan Saunders, son of the late Timberwolves coach Flip Saunders, taking over at the helm. During Thursday’s practice Andrew Wiggins was in control of the music and played Drake all practice long.

As a result of everything, the Timberwolves’ social media department took a little jab at the rapper from Toronto.

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If you are unsure of the Drake curse, let ESPN explain it to you.

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You might be thinking why would the Timberwolves be worried, they sit 11th in the NBA’s Western Conference with a 20-21 record. However, they just a couple games out of a playoff spot and with half the season to go there is still time to make a move and get into the playoffs.

In other words, they don’t want Drake to get in their way as they try to turn this season around.