Drake sets up Ross in All-Star dunk contest - video

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Canadian rapper Drake played a part in Saturday night's All-Star dunk competition.

The 27-year-old 'Started from the Bottom' singer set up Toronto Raptors shooting guard Terrence Ross during the prestigious event.

Drake, who is the Raptors' global ambassador, held the ball for Ross to collect and then dunk.

The Eastern Conference, who Ross was representing, went onto win the slam competition.

Ross, who failed to make the cut for Sunday's All-Star game, won last season's dunk contest.

Drake is a keen admirer of the Raptors and has been spotted at the Air Canada Centre on several occasions.

You can watch Drake's brief appearance, which was brought to our attention by Slam Online, in the video above.

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