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Drake’s luxury Boeing 767 will be lent to the Sacramento Kings for their 20-hour preseason trip to India. Kings owner, Vivek Ranadive, was able to hook the team up thanks to his friendship with the rapper.
The nearly $200 million plane departs Monday night and is expected to make one fuel stop in London before reaching its final destination this Wednesday. Wi-fi will not be available on the flight, but fortunately for the players, this will be a a great bonding opportunity, according to player Buddy Hield.
Sac-town Kings play the Indiana Pacers Friday and Saturday for the first ever NBA cross-up to hit the country. This trip makes two firsts since no one other than Drake and his champagne poppin’ squad have boarded the jet.