Drake hosted the first annual NBA Awards Monday night and saved his best material for a pre-recorded “Get Out” parody about basketball’s favorite family, Steph and Ayesha Curry.

The rapper starred as the Golden State Warriors star while actress Kylie Bunbury of Fox's cancelled series "Pitch" impersonated Ayesha. The two reenact what Drake believes the Curry house was probably like after the Warriors took home the NBA title. “Get Out” actor Lil Rel Howery even joined the fun standing in for Warriors forward Draymond Green.

The skit begins when Green invites Steph to get “lit AF” with the team at the championship party, but Steph responds that he can’t because he was already “posted at the crib” with his blazing hots.

But Green wasn’t going to accept that answer from his right hand man. “Steph, get out of the house and get over here now.”

That was enough to convince Steph as he then gets hyped up about winning the championship.

“This is my world now. I’m about to go buy my a Bugatti. I’m about to drive over there…”

But then Ayesha overheard the conversation and questioned her husband because she wasn’t planning on having her man partying when the star had other responsibilities to attend to.

“You know the rules,” Ayesha says. “No phone calls after 10 a.m. unless it’s God or Steve Harvey.”

“It’s a shindig with coworkers,” Steph begs. “Klay’s [Thompson] gonna be there. That’s like having a chaperone!”

“We celebrated, remember?” Ayesha said as slowly stirs her tea forcing Steph into a hypnosis state. “When we bought those matching sweaters. Does somebody need to go into the sunken place?”

Green then Facetimes his teammate back to see what his status is, but Ayesha answered instead since Steph was in a total trans.

“I’m glad we stayed in tonight,” he says robotically.

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