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Let's just say, Drake was only temporarily lending Jack Armstrong his fancy teddy bear jacket at Wednesday night's Toronto Raptors game. 

The jacket was a cream-colored fur coat with two teddy bears attached to the front. It was designed by a Moroccan-French artist Jean-Charles de Castelbajac who has a history of making teddy bear-themed coats.

Drake lent Armstrong the jacket in the first quarter Wednesday night and let him wear it for the entire first half with the loose-fitting hood pulled up.

That exact jacket doesn't appear to be available for purchase anywhere online but a similar jacket in brown was recently purchased at auction for £1,400. Another teddy bear-themed jacket by the same artist is currently being sold at another store for nearly $1.4 million.

It's not the first time Drake has worn a jacket by Castelbajac. The designer posted an older photo on his Instagram of Drake wearing a black teddy bear jacket similar to the $1.4 million jacket pictured above.

Drake pictured in jacket by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

Drake pictured in jacket by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

Drake did ultimately get the jacket back in the second half of the game and proceeded to show off the coat on his Instagram posting a pair of photos in his stories.

There's no doubt the resale value of that specific jacket is going to go up a ton after last night's hysteria.

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