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Kyle Lowry teaches DeMar DeRozan math, ribs him about USC education (video)

The Raptors dropped a pair of games to the Nets in 2011 in London. DeMar DeRozan and the Raptors returned there last week for a game against the Magic.

Beforehand, DeRozan and Lowry met with the media. The fun back-and-forth begins at 2:40 (hat tip: Tom Ley of Deadspin):

  • DeRozan: “We lost two of them games. I’m just trying to get a win. Whatever we – I’m trying to walk out of here 1 and 3, honestly.”
  • Lowry: “You played three games?”
  • DeRozan: “This will be my third game here.”
  • Lowry: “So, 1 and 2.”
  • DeRozan: “You know what I mean.”
  • Lowry: “No, I don’t.”
  • DeRozan: “No, wait.”
  • Lowry: “You played two games, and you add one. That means…"
  • DeRozan: “That’s three games.”
  • Lowry: “But you said 1 and 3.”
  • DeRozan: “If we win.”
  • Lowry: " 1 for 3. 1 for 3 or 1 and 2.”
  • DeRozan: “That’s what I meant.”
  • Lowry: “1 for 3. Oh, 1 for 3.”
  • DeRozan: “Yeah, that’s what I meant.”
  • Lowry: “USC, baby.” [pats DeRozan on shoulder]
  • DeRozan: “I didn’t even go to college that long.”

DeRozan and Lowry need to do all their interviews together.

By the way, the Raptors won, bumping DeRozan’s London record to 1 and 3 1 and 2.