"Oh we're friends. We're good friends," the 30-year-old basketball analyst shared. "It was a really nice night together."
However, when asked if there could be something romantic between the two, she kept things vague. "Well, maybe," she teased. "We'll leave it there."
For now, however, Gold-Onwude is a self-described "single lady," and recently learned a few tips from Ayesha Curry, who was a guest on her podcast, Ball Girl Magic.
"She's teaching us single ladies how to cook in the kitchen when we're not on the court!" she shared, confessing that "actually gave tips" on how to find a man like her husband, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry.
But back to Gold-Onwude and Drake -- a source told ET in June that the two were "not dating."
"Rosalyn and Drake have been friends for a couple years. Rosalyn is a reporter with the NBA and Drake is obviously around the NBA a lot," the source said. "They met through mutual friends. They went to the NBA Awards as just friends."