The Canadian rapper and basketball fan served as the host for the 2017 NBA Awards on Monday, June 26 — but all he could brag about was his sexy piece of arm candy! Drake walked the red carpet with sports reporter Rosalyn Gold-Onwude by his side — and of course, they sparked dating rumors because they made such a gorgeous couple!
"My stunning date for the evening," the 30-year-old rapper captioned a shot of the couple looking extremely cozy together on Instagram.
But even though sources revealed to E! News that Drake and Ros have known each other for years and are just "friends" right now, they're still open to seeing where things go from here.
"They both will be seeing each other again soon," the insider revealed. "He is open to see what happens, and he thinks she is a really smart and an overall dope girl."
Keep reading below to find out more about Ros!
She's an accomplished basketball player.
The Queens native started playing when she was in high school and she played for the Archbishop Molloy High School basketball team. She helped her team win two state titles in 2003 and 2004 before a knee injury kept her from completing the season during her senior year.
But despite her injury, Ros was the first-ever student to move on to Divison I in college basketball after she was accepted to Standford University where she played for three seasons and earned a Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year award.
She's also a successful sports reporter.
Ros is a busy, full-time basketball analyst and she currently works for NBC Sports Bay Area, the NBA on TNT, Pac-12 Network, and the WNBA's New York Liberty on MSG, and she also covers games for the Golden State Warriors and the San Francisco 49ers.
Drake and Ros have been friends for a while.
Ros made an appearance on Drake's Instagram page back in 2015 after the Toronto Raptors lost to the Golden State Warriors. But he wasn't too upset about his favorite team losing because he got to spend time with Ros after the game.
"When the post game makes you forget about what happened during the actual game," he wrote in the caption on Instagram.